Foreclosure Property Preservation walk through for a trashout bid.

This is what I do for Banks. I can’t believe the amount of foreclosures that are on the market and the amount of money there is to be made from foreclosure property clean up.

If you can clean and do minor repairs on your own home or if you know people looking to work for you that can do these services then you can turn any foreclosed property into Foreclosure CASH.

I didn’t know a thing about foreclosures or even what a trashout bid was or who to contact to get these jobs. But when I did find out, I went through the manual and videos like a teenager taking a “crash course” in driver’s ED. I WAS PUMPED! I couldn’t wait for my clients to “Hand me the keys”.

Now I get “pumped” everyday on trashing out foreclosed homes for my clients and loving every minute of it.

If you want to know how to make money in several different ways then this is the best business to start especially in this economy. It is one of the best business to start in a down or up economy. click the link above.

I have a lot of pages at the website above if you want more information about what I do in the Foreclosure Clean Out industry but if you have enough info now then,
Go sign up for THE FREE WEBINAR:

All the Best, ~Pauly

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31 Thoughts to “Foreclosure Property Trashout Bid”

  1. Kapetan Amerika

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  2. Lara Jill Zafra

    Thanks for a very interesting article, here area few more tips on how to start up a foreclosure cleaning business…

    Step 1) First, you should choose a name for your company, as well as the business type that you will be running (for legal purposes). For example, will you be a sole proprietor, or will you choose instead to operate as a corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC)?
    Step 2) Next, you will need to obtain any licensing or permits that are required in order to operate your business. This includes applying for general liability insurance coverage. Likewisealso, if you plan to hire any employees, you should also check into getting workers compensation insurance.
    Step 3) Obtain training and education (within the business type that you are looking to start). If you are buying/taking over the franchise then it is more than likely that the previous owner will have a set training guide and a way of handling the business. If you go at it alone and start from scratch, you will need learn the ropes yourself. Either way you will need to make sure that you have an advanced understanding of how the business should be operated.
    Step 4) Start marketing and advertising your company, this can be done online or by using things such as business cards. You could grab the attention of customers by advertising a special offer whilst you are just starting up. This should be advertised to real estate agents too as the will also have houses that need done up to sell.
    (I read these and why they work on Agelmar Closure Clear website )

  3. Oluwaseun Lijoka

    here's several ideas to consider before you start your own foreclosure cleaning business
    Will you get support from you spouse?
    Are you self-motivated?
    Will you stick to your plan?
    Do you have the money to start?
    (I read these and the reasons they work on Agelmar Closure Clear website )

  4. Robert Michon

    That was your very interesting article, here area few more tips on how to start up a foreclosure cleaning business…

    Step 1) You should start by choosing a name for your company, and also the business type that you will be running (for legal purposes). For example, will you be a sole proprietor, or will you choose instead to operate as a corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC)?
    Step 2) secondly, you will need to obtain any licensing or permits that are required in order to operate your business. This includes applying for general liability insurance coverage. Likewisealso, if you plan to hire any employees, you should also check into getting workers compensation insurance.
    Step 3) get training and education (within the business type that you are looking to start). If you are buying/taking over the franchise then it is more than likely that the previous owner will have a set training guide and a way of handling the business. If you go at it alone and start from scratch, you will need learn the ropes yourself. Either way you will need to make sure that you have an advanced understanding of how the business should be operated.
    Step 4) Start marketing and advertising your business, this can be done online or by using things such as business cards. You could grab the attention of customers by advertising a special offer whilst you are just starting up. This should be advertised to real estate agents too as the will also have houses that need done up to sell.
    (I read these and the reasons they work from Agelmar Closure Clear site )

  5. john none

    There are a few things to consider before you start your own foreclosure cleaning company
    are you likely to get support from you family?
    Are you self-motivated?
    Will you carry out the plan?
    Do you have the money to start?
    (I learned these and the reasons they work on Agelmar Closure Clear site )

  6. alejandrina hernandez

    There are many components to starting up a cforeclosure leaning business. One plan I discovered which successfully combines these is the Agelmar Closure Clear (check it out on google) definately the no.1 resource that I've heard of. Check out the amazing information.

  7. Филип Пешевски

    I'm studying how to run a cleaning business and found a great resource at Agelmar Closure Clear (look it up on google)

  8. EJ's Lawncare

    hi paully im in st louis mo and want in this business, already have a established lawn care, but want more, any suggestions who to work for in my region??

  9. Numis Mm

    u work for SafeGuard Properties?

  10. Tom Smith

    your going to confuse people new to this type of work with this video. this video is more like property preservation. clean out or trash out is just that, you clean out all trash and debris. that's it. not fix drywall, put wire nuts on exposed wires. I own a clean out business and all we do is clean out and haul it away. we never bid clean outs with repair bids. these are two separate things. and for liability reasons, you don't bid these together. when you start fixing things in the house your cleaning out, you now have crossed over into possible liability issues. like having a city inspector come in and ask you, Are you licensed to fixed that wiring or plumbing? if not, you are hit with a fine and in some states, jail time. OR, Say you fix some wiring in the house you just cleaned out, and as a result, it burns down because you didn't wire it right. your now going to be hit with a major lawsuit. and all that clean out money and the 100 jobs you did before that will now pay for a lawsuit. If you clean out house, then clean out house only. less legal crap. I also own a Hvac company, and i always get business from these clean outs for new AC units and coils. because they get stolen a lot. but i don't bid the Hvac with the Clean out.

  11. Annanie Francois

    Where can you find the work?

  12. Gerrard Flowers

    Hi Pauly I was just wondering if you could charge flat rates instead of going by cubic yards and in trash out i know its debris removal and some cleaning but does that also include fixing holes in the wall and broken doors?

  13. bigbapester

    I'm a bit late but this was definitely helpful. I could do this no problem, just seems like you have to ask questions when you don't know and there seems to always be ppl that can help you do the job. 

  14. Keith Fjelsted

    This is a very lucrative business. We are based in the Minneapolis Mn area and have been in the Property Preservation Business for several years now and easily make upwards of $500-$800k a year. Plan on working 8 days a week though and being Very organized and learn how to document Everything with photos and in writing. This business is not for anyone though. If you want time off, hire subs or have excellent employees.
    BHS INC

  15. wishbone103

    Pauly!  Do you do the repairs yourself or contract them out?  Is your bid just for clearing everything out?  BTW if you need a good worker I am available.  Living in Torrance Ca right now but can relocate anytime.  You can check out my vids to see what kind of a person I am :).

  16. Dave West

    I think the worst feeling is seeing the property vandalized again after you've repaired it. I work in Vegas in the industry and the amount of vagrants that destroy properties is astonishing. It really turns to hatred over time. (Towards the vagrants)

  17. Paul Rochner

    No way you would get ,that much for just a trash out.here in Tampa. Alot of the times, they go on craigs list and get. it done for next to nothing. Where abouts are you,  to get this kind of money?

  18. David Evans

    The worst feeling seeing the after effects of vandalized property that you owned. Thanks Pauly for showing all the factors to take in  consideration for  trash-out bids.

  19. TandL Preservations

    Nice Video, but should of picked a really good house to break em in on.  You know the nasty ones haha. 

  20. samrosario1060

    Nice video Pauly,  I would like some inside info such as to How much will I need to start my own Business in NY. What is an approximate cost of startup, Can I specialize in specific areas such as Demo and refuse removal, or just boarding,  What are the legal guidelines to follow.  How to hire a dumpster, How to contract clients / special documents / contracts needed and where to get them, How can I start this on a part time basis to get my feet wet before diving,  What is fair pay for independent outsourced laborers. Can You guide me to the information I need to get started in this business.  This is a business I've thought about for the past 7 years and I believe this IS be my calling.  Please help however you can.  Please keep me informed of your next Webinar.  Thank you much.

  21. Ahyana Yhwhudah

    and of course DO NOT FORGET TO TAKE PLENTY OF PICTURES, LABEL THEM AS: KITCHEN, LIVING ROOM,etc………..this is an awesome realistic video, i like it

  22. Pauly Piccirillo

    The FREE WEBINAR starts Tomorrow. Go sign up. Seats are going quick though.
    Hurry! http://www2.onlinemeetingnow.com/register/?id=2cab7832c6

  23. Pauly Piccirillo

    Hi Kimberly, This is exactly what is covered in the training videos. (The link is at my website) Your jobs will come from national property vendors that the banks work with. You become a contractor for them. We have a list of proven vendors. Also you can get work from local REO agents but you will get more work, in general, from the nationals. Go to my website above and sign up for the free webinar and read all my info. You will will be taught how to bid too.

  24. kimberly howell

    Hello Pauly, I was wondering if you could tell me how to get bids? I started a property preservation and I am not sure how to bid. I have a LLC and I am covered under a $1,000,000 insurance policy, I have a four man crew, trucks and hauling trailers only problem is I don't know how to get the jobs. Can you help me out?

  25. Pauly Piccirillo

    I don't know anything about overseas realty or foreclosures but I would think that it would be very similar.

  26. Pauly Piccirillo

    Your client will usually be an REO agent or national property management vendor hired by the banks. Usually NEVER the banks. This is a misconception that "jobs come from the banks". The money does but not the work.

  27. Pauly Piccirillo

    We don't come across many homes with broken light bulbs and never came across any with a meth lab. Usually you'll be told if there is something that serious to be aware of so you can bid it properly and where the necessary apparatus.

  28. Pauly Piccirillo

    Yes! anytime is a good time to start a Property Trashout company. The economy is still not good but many jobs still come from the "baby boomers" passing away. I met a guy who's been in it for over 20 yrs and was successful from day 1 (even before the 2008 bubble) to even today.

  29. troyez

    "Hazardous debris removal" – what about all the mercury in the houses from the broken light bulbs (CFLs)? Shouldn't you be wearing some kind of respirator? What about meth labs and contamination from that kind of stuff? Does the bank tell you about hazardous sites?

  30. Ciara Moreno

    Is this business worth starting 2014?

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