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post #1 of Old 10-06-2012, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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OK, I'm not sure how to put this, but would any of you consider selling the rights to clean some place you presently clean, once you talk it over with the company you were cleaning for.
This is what you might have to say and do.
You would just go to the company you were cleaning for and see if they would mind if a new company takes over permanently because of what ever, "make up an excuse as to why you can no longer do it, and give the new cleaning company good marks by saying things like they do excellent work blah blah blah you get the idea."

Say cleaning company A had a job that they were not making as much money on as they had hoped they would, so they're willing to do such a thing and they currently make $200.00 a month on it.
What would be the price of such a deal?
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Would any of you do it if you could or wanted to?
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Anything should be done legally. If you want to start your cleaning business from well known firm, you should get all kind of legal authority and rights. After that you can start your cleaning business.

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Yes there is no issue in buying the right to work if the transaction can be done with a little pleasure.
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