How to Choose the Best Services to Offer in Your Foreclosure Cleaning Business

Jul - 08
2013

How to Choose the Best Services to Offer in Your Foreclosure Cleaning Business

How to Choose the Best Services to Offer in Your Foreclosure Cleanup Business

When you are just starting your foreclosure cleaning business, you may be confused about which services to offer because there are so many service options in this broad industry. You can offer everything from cleaning to painting and repairs. Here are some tips on deciding …

As a new business owner, it’s very tempting to try and offer as many services as possible in your new foreclosure cleaning business. Your logic may be, “This way I cover everything and I’m not all over the place.”

This is not uncommon in the start-up phase. Many new entrepreneurs are often afraid they will miss out on business by not offering a number of services. But, as a new foreclosure cleaning business owner, it may be smarter to offer only those cleaning business services you know you can handle with your new enterprise.

Confused About the Best Services to Offer in Your New Foreclosure Cleaning Business?

When you are just starting your foreclosure cleaning business, you may be confused about which services to offer because there are so many service options in this broad industry. You can offer everything from cleaning to painting and repairs.

The below strategies will guide you in streamling and help you plan your equipment purchases and designing your marketing efforts — which will save you time and money.

Deciding Which Services to Offer

You want to offer the industry’s most-needed property preservation services. Think about which ones your area’s foreclosure listing realtors, banks, mortgage companies, investors, and large property preservation companies will request most often; then, focus on starting your business offering these key services.

Consider starting out offering the services that will not cost you an arm and a leg to provide. Think about keeping your business “cash healthy.” This may mean starting your business with the equipment you already have at home in the basement or in your garage; and perhaps renting other equipment you may need from your Home Depot type stores until the business can pay for new equipment and materials.

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Offer Services that Will Keep Your Equipment Costs Low

Also, you will want to offer those services that will NOT cost you an arm and a leg in equipment or materials.

Market these foreclosure cleaning services with fervor and concentrate on growing your client database by doing an excellent job offering the basics.

Expand Your Cleanup Services Over Time

As your list of business clients increases, you can expand your foreclosure cleanup company by offering a plethora of other services, in-house and via subcontracting out to other qualified companies.

In the Beginning, Keep It Simple

Just remember, as a new foreclosure cleanup business owner, keep it simple starting out; you can’t be everything to everybody. Offer the basic, expected services for which you already have the equipment and supplies.

Good luck to you with your foreclosure cleaning business.

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