Foreclosure Clean Out ends up being bigger than Realtor thought

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OK, so we traveled a littler farther than we would normally like to, but I wanted to see if it was worth it to use our truck and guys to pull the junk out.  The trailer we use for jobs like htis is 250 cubic feet.  That is 5ft. wide by 10 ft. deep by 5 ft. high.  That's a lot of junk!  Our worst to this day was a storage unit that was a 10 ft. by 20 ft. unit with junk piled 8 ft high....we were shocked!

So, this job was a foreclosure property.  We were hired by the Realtor to come in and do the clean up.  The distance to this job made giving an estimate a little difficult and not cost-effective.  We eneded showing up on the job and opening the garage door to find the junk shown in the picture above.  The Realtor had guessed we could get it all in one load.  I personally believe we have excellent pricing.  I can also understand the Realtor wanting to save money, but THIS was definietly not one load.  If I rolled in with a huge dumptruck we could have pulled it all in one load...guess what that would do to our pricing.  Belive me, we make every effort to make the junk fit...including tearing items apart or bending them into shapes they were never intended to be in.  Items in this JUNK EVICTION (tm) included the sleepr sofa you see in the pic, yard debris and dog mess you don't see, two metal pool ladders, carpet rolls, a TV, mirror, two huge metal boards used for flooring, bicycles, a porch swing with metal frame and tons of just "stuff".  The stuff is usually not a problem...it is when you we have to shovel items up that the job tends to slow down.  Debris and gravel like this can be very heavy and can typically cost more when go to weigh in at the landfill.  Debris, gravel and dirt also take considerably longer to load thus increasing our company's manhour costs.

Anyways, this job went very well.  My point in telling the story is to prepare Realtors for the reality that some jobs are bigger than they appear.  You know as well as i do that many people abnadon the junk they have been carting around for years, or they see no point in cleaning up when the cards are stacked against them.  Maybe it's there way to get back at the bank.  Unfortunately, I would really guess they just feel defeated, and their feelings regarding cleaning up for the bank are a little bruised.  These situations call for our wonderful group of guys to come in and help everyone (including the bank) move on with life.

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OK, so we are pros here in Phoenix, Arizona ready to do your JUNK EVICTION!  Our service includes services for realtors, hoemowners and property managers.  We are assembling affiliates around the country in other majors cities...soon to be on http://www.junkeviction.com/ .  We have been doing clean out and trash out services for REO properties including Junk Evictions, general cleaning/janitorial, landscape clean up and carpet cleaning.  We also provide photos if you are working with a bank.

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amber m

oh sorry my email is gofirstimpression@gmail.com

November 19, 2009 12:11 PM #41
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nina

Looking to get in to this kind of buisness in WNC, any suggestions on bank contacts, orginization and so on would be greatly appreciated....

December 20, 2009 01:29 PM #42
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Danielle

How do I find a job where I can clean evicted homes?

January 25, 2010 12:03 AM #43
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Mariam

Hey, I was actually thinking of having a small bussiness. I followed this link Online. And luckily, they had what I was looking for. They also helped me get started the same day. They had an ebook download and then mailed me up a hardcopy of the books few days later. Foreclosure Clean

January 27, 2010 11:21 AM #44
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tyrone moore

i own moore enterprise and we do everything in the foreclosure clean out industry and commercial cleaning. yet,i must admit you get what you put into it.people are beautiful and people are crooked so be wise and dont burn down bridges.need a good job done at a good price, do like the song says call'tyrone.' 314-454-1196

January 28, 2010 09:44 PM #45
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Don Holt

I started my  cleanout company in Sept 2009. I have noticed an increase in my work steadily since the start. I have not purchased any kit, I have been on the road marketing my company. I actually jus t started doing trashouts and they are an area I will continue to focus on.

My Comapny is http://www.allcanddhauling.com

We offer:

Property trashouts

Pressure washing

Lawn Maintanence

Whatever it takes!

 

661-526-5117

February 25, 2010 10:48 AM #46
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Danny Morris
This crap is a total scam! I don't know about JT Stewart program but Lisa Cameron's is terrible! Don't purchase from www.cashforcleanouts.com unless you just want to throw your money away. Any positive responses you are reading here are either paid for or someone begging for work. Cashforcleanouts is a rip-off. www.cashforcleanouts.com scam owned by Lisa cameron is ripping people off, period. Plus, banks, other lenders, and realtors are looking to pay bottom dollar for the clean outs. I can sit home broke, but not tired and broke! Dan
February 25, 2010 03:10 PM #47
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Don Holt

Hi ,

 My name is Don Holt and I own the business All C and D Hauling listed above. I just wanted to touch base and give an update. Business is picking up! With an increase in the amount of our GL coverage and the customer option of Credit Cards use our business has grown by 17% since the last entry. Keep your head up and keep moving forward and good things will happen

April 22, 2010 08:19 AM #48
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Dennis

Is this still a viable business? Seems like the foreclosures here in the east San Fernando Valley has dried up. I was thinking about doing this business in L.A. County, San Bernardino County, Ventura County, etc. so I could generate enough business on a daily basis. Does this make sence? Any responce from real Clean out business owners is appreciated. Please don't respond to try and sell me an ebook.

June 29, 2010 01:26 AM #49
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Chuck

Guess what? You don't need a manual to tell you how to do this. It's real simple. Start a cleaning business, call a realtor and go from there. If it's slow at first, get some commercial cleaning accounts. You can do these forclosure jobs in between the real cleaning work. In the meantime you build some solid cleaning accounts. Why would you buy a book for 180 bucks just to be told "call a bank" or "call a realtor"? There's nothing a book can tell you that you can't figure out through the course of just doing it.

July 08, 2010 11:30 PM #50
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Dennis

Does anybody know if you need a contractors licence in California to do Trash Outs?

July 09, 2010 03:15 AM #51
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Tony

does anyone know about the cleanout bussiness in houston texas

July 19, 2010 08:27 PM #52
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Ben

Foreclosure cleaning is hard work and hard to find. The banks, lenders, and everyone you are sent to want you to clean for nothing. You are always trying to find your next job. By the way, you don't need the cleanout foreclosures manual, you can get listed on these sites anywhere. You just go long periods between jobs and it doesn't pay.

Ben

October 09, 2010 01:25 PM #53
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$500,000

I contact the realtors at www.foreclosuresus.com

They pay up to $2,500 per clean-out.

Go to the list and ask the realtors if you can bid on the work.

 

www.foreclosuresus.com

November 05, 2010 01:58 PM #54
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alex

F.A.V.E CLEANING, We are a new cleaning business in town wide range of services. We drop off and deliver your dry cleaning as well as clean you house and offices, we also do foreclosure clean outs aswell.. Feel for to contact us at....

 

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May 22, 2011 01:44 PM #55
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Dave sandy

 I am looking to do trashout jobs in the ohio area who do i contact?

 

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October 24, 2011 12:12 PM #57
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Derrick
I need to join a team in the phoenix az area. I have been doing Reo work for 8 years. Trash out, cleaning, grass cut etc..
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Thank you, I have recently been searching for information about this topic for ages and yours is the best I have discovered so far.
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