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Foreclosure Cleanup & Prop. Preservation Businesses

Location: Chicagoland Area
Members: 538
Latest Activity: Dec 30, 2018

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Comment by Nava Clean on August 22, 2010 at 9:56am
Happy to see so many people trying their hand at this business. My team and I are starting out fresh after leaving our boss behind, but have experience doing to actual work. The paper work and insurance is all new to us and we hope to learn and grow with you all.
Comment by Yvette Wilkinson on July 21, 2010 at 4:09pm
Hello Everyone! One of my property preservation specialist completed a lock change last night and it was the lock change from hell. One of our investor clients wanted locks changed on two exterior doors for one of his rental properties. We needed to install two new deadbolts and two new tubular locks, but we had to drill a 2 1/8" hole to install one of the deadbolts. The issue we ran into was that whoever had previously installed the locks did not use a template to make sure that the adjustable backset latch was set according to factory standards. As a result, we were able to install the deadbolts, but had to reinstall the old tubular locks. Therefore, instead of having one key for all locks there are two keys (one that will open the tubulars and one that will open the deadbolt). With that said, please ensure that you have the appropriate tools and you follow the factory backset when installing locks. When boring holes for deadbolts or tubulars, please make sure that you: 1. Properly mark the door using the template that is provided with the instructions. 2. Bore your 2 1/8" hole precisely with the template. 3. install the latch (when you have two faceplates, choose between the sqaure or the round. 4. Install your out-knob (the one with the spindle attached). 5. Install the in-knob. 6. Install the strike. When installing the faceplate, make sure you use a 1" wood chisel. The tools needed for this type of job:

2 1/8 inch hole saw
1 inch wood chisel
A cordless drill with a phillips head bit
1 inch drill bit
A Hammer

I hope this is helpful for the new folks. Visit my website anytime at
Comment by Michael Cooper on July 11, 2010 at 2:19am
Hello everyone I am a new company and trying to get contracts in the N. California area. If any one knows who to contact it would be great and I would owe you big time.
Comment by Monica Gonzalez on June 23, 2010 at 6:09pm
Hello my name is Monica and I own a Moving Labor company in Southern California. We provide loading/unloading, junk removal and cleaning services so adding foreclosure cleanup would be a perfect addition. I have 4 teams daily and am licensed and insured. Is there alot of work out there or is it hard to get? Thank you.
Comment by Priash M. on June 11, 2010 at 5:56am
I am new to this business and in the process of registering with the banks.. quite a bit to fill out...whewww. Anyway, I'm interested in pricing for these types of jobs and what forms to use for the bids. I live in Georgia and from what I understand there's HUD guidelines that you have to follow for pricing.. am I correct in understanding this? Any help would be so much appreciated... :-)
Comment by Steven M Rehak on May 21, 2010 at 9:36pm
Hi everyone I am very happy to meet you all
Comment by Quality Pro Services on April 16, 2010 at 9:37pm
Hi everyone, i do jobs for a preservation company at the moment and i was wondering if you might names of other companies i could apply with to obtain additional jobs.
Anything helps, thank you
Comment by Ladyshay10 on March 26, 2010 at 7:59am
Danny, I think a lot of them are slow right now and they should pick up around April for the lawn season. However, find out who's your regional manager and send them a follow up email or call to find out the status of your application.
Comment by RagTime Enterprises Inc. on March 22, 2010 at 5:22pm
Hello Danny,

What companies have you submitted too?
Comment by Danny Guzman on February 3, 2010 at 9:16pm
How long does it take for an asset company to call you for jobs. i've applied at a bunch of companies with no replies as of yet. about 2 weeks. There are a couple that says that I have been accepted, but has not sent any jobs.

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