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Just out of curiosity I wonder what the average age of the property preservation company owner is now. I known my particular area it's full of kids that think if they have a truck they can start a property preservation company.
Just thought I would throw that question out there to stir some debate.
What do you guys/girls think the average age is now?
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Just out of curiosity I wonder what the average age of the property preservation company owner is now. I known my particular area it's full of kids that think if they have a truck they can start a property preservation company.
Just thought I would throw that question out there to stir some debate.
What do you guys/girls think the average age is now?
34 is my age. Started at 26 officially with FAS. But did construction, concrete and landscaping stuff my whole life. used to help realtors Who were responsible for all the work when I was in college.
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24 but I was doing property pres back when I was 21. I also have had a full time remodeling business since I was 19
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Most of the owner/operators we know are like us, mid 30's thru mid 50's.
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Started at 24 now almost 36....Thats wrong to make me look at how quick my life has gone by but its been a good one so no complaints...lol....
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Just out of curiosity I wonder what the average age of the property preservation company owner is now. I known my particular area it's full of kids that think if they have a truck they can start a property preservation company.
Just thought I would throw that question out there to stir some debate.
What do you guys/girls think the average age is now?
I'm 55 and still alive.......... as far as I can tell anyway.

Started my PP biz about 4-1/2 years ago and the stress should have done me in by now. But I think I'm too darned stubborn to lie down and give up.

So how old is HollandPPC?

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32....:whistling with the wisdom of being 48 and the stamina of being 21

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I have the body of a 60 year old, the mind of an 18 year old. Actually I'm 45. Spent 20 years investigating criminals and started my business 4 years ago.
My only regret was waiting that long to start it.
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I`m 41 years old.
been in doing this for 12 years.
was a mechanic for 10 years before that.
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