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Fri May 14, 2010
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Red I don't have a price because I don't do that stuff.
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Thu Oct 1, 2009
CCC answered:
Hi, I think this is like getting a divorce, you need to be married first.

It does not seems like you can evict someone that those not have a lease.

Change the locks?

Chek the link, it does look professional.
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Tue Nov 18, 2008
Danielle Sharp answered:

I'd love to consult with you regarding the Detroit area. Although I now reside in SW FL, I grew up in the Detroit area and still hold an active license. I've worked with investors for over 3 yrs and the deals in the area are killer!

I feel very confident in referring you to a group of professionals in the area that can handle everything from purchase to rehab to finding solid tenants.

Feel free to contact me anytime!

Much success,
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Wed Mar 7, 2012
Cassandra Black, Consultant answered:
Yes, start out with a business plan so you can have a road map and narrow your services. This is a business where you can "be all over the place" in what you offer in no time at all. And you'll quickly feel like you're spiraling out of control. (Speaking from personal experience -- when we first started our business in Atlanta.)

Create a business plan. You'll start getting clients by contacting realtors who handle foreclosure listings, banks (the acquiring institutions of failed banks who have "inherited" tons of foreclosures -- you can find them on the FDIC's website), and larger property preservation companies, who have listings all over the United States.

I could go on and on. Visit the industry link below that has a plethora of information that will guide you in starting your foreclosure cleanup business. FREE info; more than enough to get you started on the right track.

Many wishes of success to you!

Cassandra Black, Consultant & CEO, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
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Wed Aug 8, 2012
Gary Chegash answered:
You have the right to remove all your belongings from the property and move out before the court officer forces his way into house and puts all your belongings in a dumpster. Best advice: move out of the house you don't belong in. ... more
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