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eviction - how to do them

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i'm in the Philadelphia area and there is high demand for evictions from 2 of the nation PP companies i'm working with because both PP's have issues with their eviction vendors.
so, i asked each how much they pay and 1 said $20 per man hour, the other is about $60 per man hour. but there is much more than that with these eviction, so made a list of question and sent it and i haven't heard back.
i've been in the PP for 7 yrs now, but i have not got into the eviction, and i want to understand as much as i can (the good things, the bad things, what to watch out for, how not to get in lawsuits, soo much more).
so, i would appreciate if anyone can advise me.
thank uuu ALL very much in advance
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Not sure if evictions are handled differently from state to state, but evictions here consist of me watching a couple of sheriffs deputies determine if anyone is home. If not I open a door for them, they clear the house, I change the locks & winterize if in season, take pics, and we all leave.
If there are people home, the deputies make sure they leave, then I complete all the above.

Not much for me to be sued over, but then again I have only completed maybe 5 or 6 evictions over the last 12 or so years.

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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Who will determine how many man hours it was, or should have been? Don't expect them to take your timestamps and pay off of them.

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Like the other guy said you get in touch with a sheriff deputy. They do the dirty work like clearing the house, then you do the normal, change locks, clean out, etc. Evictions will stop by end of October and not start again till January or so. They don't do evictions during the holidays pretty much. At least not in Louisiana. I've done a few. I've also had deputy ask me if I had a gun and if I did I should carry it with me for evictions in some areas as Louisiana is a free carry state. Carry a gun if it's legal. Carrying a gun is a great visual deterant also lol. Stupid questions like, " are you the new owner?" Aren't as frequent lol. I know you all get them. As far as lawsuits, it's the same as any property. If a neighbor or someone asks you any questions you just don't tell them anything about the property or condition of the property. Just tell them you are sorry and can't help them. Get as many people as you can for an eviction. More people, more man hours. Good luck
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I do them in philly also give me a shout ill tell u whats up
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