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I wanted to share with everyone, I know alot of people are getting into cleaning foreclosed homes and I wanted to share this site I found. www.listbankrepos.com They have a foreclosure cleanup training guide that is downloadable! It teaches completely how to start and run your own business, how to market your business to the banks, it includes the HUD guideline tables to help you price your bids, and they also give you the bank contacts so you can start getting foreclosure cleaning contracts right away. I hope this helps anyone getting into the business. We also belong to http://www.instanthomelink.com We get alot of business here, the REO Asset managers go on there alot and request our services. They also send out monthly directly to the REO Asset managers our resume with all of our services. :thumbup:
 

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Bank Contacts for Foreclosure Cleaning Contracts

Getting contracts is the most important thing in this business, I was struggling getting contracts and then I found this website I wanted to share with you all, http://www.listbankrepos.com They have a good bank contact list, I just started signing up with all the banks and I got request for jobs in 2 days. I would highly recommend it:clap:
 

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We found that by carrying water on our trucks a lot of Banks would use us during the winter for carpet cleaning in Broomfield and Boulder. They tend to winterize the houses and do not have the water turned on. So for carpet cleaners to send a note to the Realtors doing bank repos mentioning that they carry water might bring in some more carpet cleaner business.
 

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Cleaning Foreclosed Homes

The biggest part of this business cleaning foreclosures is getting the work and knowing how to price your jobs so you don't get beat out by your competition. I wanted to share a link of the bank contacts hiring foreclosure cleaning vendors and it also helps you price your foreclosure cleaning jobs. Here is the link:
http://bit.ly/foreclosurecleaningguide

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Foreclosure Trash Out and Restoration Services

We started our business cleaning foreclosures a little over a year ago, we searched for quite sometime, here is the website we found all of this information on, they have all the bank contacts that you need to get registered and to be a vendor for the banks and asset management companies, step by step instruction to start and run a business doing this, and a pricing guide to help you price your foreclosure cleaning jobs
http://bit.ly/clean-out-foreclosures
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Golden opportunity

I completely agree! Cleaning foreclosed homes and/or homes recently sold or bought on the real estate market is a great way to make some serious cash. The big advantage of these homes is that they are often free of furniture, so the spaces are WIDE OPEN to clean easily and quickly. I remember one move-in house my wife and I cleaned. We made $800 in a day. It was hard work, but probably the best money I've made in my life. Call your local realtors and tell them about your services, or if you notice someone moving in or out of a house, give them your card. Often, cleaning services can be negotiated into the closing costs.
 
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