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post #1 of Old 04-09-2013, 11:09 PM Thread Starter
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Pricing help for foreclosed homes

I get a call from a Property Preservation Company asking me if I would be interested in taking on 30 properties per week doing initial and routine cleans. The routine cleans would be bi weekly. They want to have a meeting with me and go to a few properties to show me what they want done and to discuss pricing. My question is what do I charge for doing this type a thing.
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If I was doing it I would quote him my regular price minus 5% because of all the work he was bringing me. I would make sure he knew I was giving him a deal.
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They usually have a set price that go by, it all depends on the clients they represent and what they are willing to pay. Check HUD schedule guidelines for your state to see the max payout. The property preservation company are gonna want 20% for supplying you with the work. You get more money if you know how to bid.
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post #4 of Old 05-23-2013, 05:48 AM
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Today there is a great demand for this type of services, so you have chance to ask for the high amount of money. I don't have that much of knowledge in this things, so it's better to ask the outside cleaning service center persons.
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I agree with Maid to shine.

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I think you should ask for a reasonable price. If you want you can give them discount as they are giving you so much business. But do not forget to give the best service on your part as it will bring you more business and more profit.
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