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By Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC, Cassandra Black
A recent Gallup Poll states the majority of Americans either own or plan to own a home within 10 years. This anticipated buyer activity can mean more work for smaller foreclosure cleaning business owners and real estate repair contractors.
By Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC, Cassandra Black
See below for some quick networking tips for entrepreneurs that will make your outings successful. As a result of getting out there and meeting other business owners, you will build your database and ultimately get more foreclosure cleanup customers.
By Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC, Cassandra Black
Simple securing of homes can be a lucrative aspect of foreclosure cleanup business services. See HUD requirements for boarding windows and doors below.
By Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC, Cassandra Black
With trillions in risky loans taking a toll, the foreclosure crisis is in full swing. When homes go into foreclosure, lenders need small companies for cleaning, securing, and maintaining of homes -- a perfect small business opportunity for families.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
Foreclosure Cleanup -- Do you need help getting your small business to the next level but can't afford to hire employees? Find out how to uncover a hidden fifty hours per month, starting tomorrow, so you can grow your small business.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleaning Consultant
Real Estate investors and property owners are starting to shell out more on house renovation projects. Find out how you can benefit as a home repair, home maintenance, or foreclosure cleaning business owner -- without performing the work yourself.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleaning Consultant
As you’re opening the doors of your new foreclosure trashout business, you may be unsure about exactly which services to offer customers. Here are some tips on choosing the best services, starting out.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleaning Consultant
If homeowners, landlords and investors believe they can file bankruptcy and leave their houses behind without a worry, they should think again. Bankruptcy will not let property owners off the hook for maintenance and other real estate liability.
By Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC, Cassandra Black
Foreclosure Cleanup -- Tips for getting new foreclosure cleanup business for your property clean up company.
By Foreclosure cleanup, LLC
If you’re performing inspections in bulk, you’ve got a winning, profit-yielding service for your foreclosure cleanup business. Let's explore REO inspections in detail.
By Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
Banks are starting to nod seriously at the idea of becoming landlords. In truth, many have no choice. What does this mean for foreclosure cleaning businesses? It means the potential for fatter contracts. See why below.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
You’ve developed the guts to start your own foreclosure clean up business – don’t ruin it by pricing yourself out of business. Follow the advice here, and you’ll significantly increase your chances of being in business three years from now.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
Fear keeps a lot of people stuck. Dissect that fear and ask why you are afraid, what you are afraid of; what's the worst thing that can happen.
By Cassandra Black, CEO, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
Spring is in the air, and therein lies plenty of opportunity for the new foreclosure cleanup business owner to grow their business by offering basic industry services. Specific service areas of the industry will flourish as temperatures rise.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
As foreclosures pour in, so will the competition to cleanup, clear out, inspect, secure, repair and maintain foreclosed properties. A quick, free way to get daily exposure for your foreclosure cleanup business is to create an online blog.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
The start-up phase of a new business can be confusing and overwhelming without definitive guidance to tackle the start-up maze. A business plan is the necessary road map to incredible entrepreneurial success.
By Foreclosure Cleanup Business, LLC, Cassandra Black
Naming your new enterprise is not only fun but an important first step in starting your foreclosure cleanup business. Below are some helpful tips on choosing an effective name for your business.
By Foreclosure Cleanup Business, LLC, Cassandra Black
Following are the five mistakes most small business owners make. Avoid them and watch your foreclosure cleanup business flourish that much sooner!
By Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC, Atlanta, GA
How to Come Up with a "Unique Selling Proposition" for Your Foreclosure Cleanup Business
By Foreclosure Cleanup LLC / Foreclosure Cleanup Blog
The best allies for foreclosure cleanup businesses lie in like companies.
By Foreclosure Cleanup Blogspot
How to get a piece of the stimulus money by signing up with your local housing authorities for vendor contracts.
By Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
The basics needed to get your foreclosure cleanup doors open for business quickly!
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
You will have to be creative if you want to start a foreclosure cleanup business while still working a job. See below to find out how to successfully start your business while still working for someone else.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
Landlords as clients can be fertile ground for real estate and foreclosure cleanup businesses. In this tumultuous rental market, landlords are an easy target for move-in and move-out work.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
Sometimes as business owners, we get so mired in "running" our business, that we forget to make money at what we're doing. Consistently ask yourself, "What can I do to make money TODAY in my business?"
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
Some helpful tips to use when working with your foreclosure cleaning crew.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
It is not uncommon for a small company to receive several work orders at one time. Unfortunately, they will dive into doing the work before dissecting the work orders carefully.
By Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
As a foreclosure cleanup business owner, are you thinking of adding property inspections to your foreclosure cleanup business' list of services? If so, know this can be a very lucrative aspect of your business.
By Yuwanda Black for ForeclosureBusinessNews.com
For the last few years, cleaning businesses have dominated the list of top franchises to start. And, 2010 is no different. According to Entrepreneur[dot]com's list of fastest growing franchises, 4 of the top 10 were some type of cleaning business.
By Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC, Atlanta, GA
There are several low-cost businesses you can start successfully in a bad economy.

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