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post #41 of Old 10-11-2014, 11:59 AM
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....and what Royal Ready said. I'd NEVER wait to be paid until a home sells. Get your money up front! Always get in touch with the home's owner and negotiate your price with them.

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My company provides move-in/out cleanings for realtors and real estate companies on a regular basis. Most often if you are working with a realtor, they will put you in contact with the home owner and then you can negotiate directly with the owner on pricing and cleaning needs. The realtor will often give a the owner specifics on what needs to be done especially when the home is going to be staged for showings and open houses.

Most difficulties arise when there are unrealistic expectations. This mostly occurs with older homes with very old fixtures and poor upkeep. However, as long as you and the owner are on the same page and iron our specifically what will be done and what won't be done; things should run smoothly.
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post #42 of Old 01-14-2015, 11:08 AM
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Cleaning for real estate companies

Yes, I have cleaned for real estate companies. I simply visited their offices and left a flyer. I have also heard insurance companies hire cleaning services I'm assuming to clean up water or fire damage.

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post #43 of Old 01-15-2015, 09:06 AM
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Cleaning for realtors is a great idea, but don't forget about cleaning for insurance agencies.
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post #44 of Old 05-05-2019, 12:11 AM
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By the hour only! You don't know what you're walking into...flat rate will get you.."Why didn't you wash the outside garage door"...all dirt is expected gone..A 3000 sq ft home can take from 8 to 12 man hours so take your time and take the hourly pay
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