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Nationwide company or diy

Just joined forum. Was looking for a way to travel and work and I came across property preservation. Recently relocated family from North Carolina to Houston, Texas. In my research, I heard that Houston was high for foreclosures. We have a crew of five and 30 years of experience in HVAC. Correct me if I'm wrong, in my research, there are two choices: contract work through a Nationwide pp company, or try to get business yourself by contacting Realtors, banks, etc. Right now I have Xome Field Services interested in employing us and I have had no luck hearing back from Realtors. I'm thinking the Nationwide company is a better suit because we can move around eventually but I think they are paying less than what we could get on our own. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks! 😁

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Those are options. One other option is to solicit work from the private sector. Handyman type work, vacation home maintenance, etc., will typically pay way more than property preservation and with a lot less photos, processing time, and threat of no-pay or charge back.

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Originally Posted by CMF Mortgage View Post
I have work orders in Houston area I pay weekly
I know when I look to sign up with a business that could potentially owe me thousands of dollars, I am more than eager to sign up with one that can't even get a true business email and simply uses a free @gmail account.
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