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Florida-need help with foreclosure clean ups

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My husband and I own an asphalt repair and sealcoating business and are looking to expand into foreclosure clean ups. We have a truck, trailor for hauling, pressure washer, generator, ladder, chain saw and a lot of other tools, so I think our start up cost would be minimal. I am hoping to find some specific advise on what my next step is? I am not sure how to approach the local brokers/property managers. Should I create a marketing flyer or just go with our current business cards for our asphalt company and use the approach that we can offer those services and can do foreclosure clean ups? Does anyone know if we could do the clean ups under our current asphalt license and insurance? We would be able to get rid of trash, furniture, junk etc, do the yardwork and the janitorial/cleaning. Do most of the foreclosures sell as-is? I cant see the banks putting a lot of money out for subcontractors to do any major repairs unless it is a requirement before they put it up for sale?any advice would be great. thank you. Judy Smith
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My husband and I own an asphalt repair and sealcoating business and are looking to expand into foreclosure clean ups. We have a truck, trailor for hauling, pressure washer, generator, ladder, chain saw and a lot of other tools, so I think our start up cost would be minimal. I am hoping to find some specific advise on what my next step is? I am not sure how to approach the local brokers/property managers. Should I create a marketing flyer or just go with our current business cards for our asphalt company and use the approach that we can offer those services and can do foreclosure clean ups? Does anyone know if we could do the clean ups under our current asphalt license and insurance? We would be able to get rid of trash, furniture, junk etc, do the yardwork and the janitorial/cleaning. Do most of the foreclosures sell as-is? I cant see the banks putting a lot of money out for subcontractors to do any major repairs unless it is a requirement before they put it up for sale?any advice would be great. thank you. Judy Smith
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