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Reo trashout crews needed!!!

Another CL ad. What do y'all think?

Trashout crews needed for forclosed properties $15.00-$19.00 per cubic yard. This is not a flat rate like some of the companies out there where you make nothing. Must have dependable trasportation,Trailer, computer with high speed internet, digital camera, pass background ck and a willing to work. Weekly pay. Please respond with name and phone number and best time to contact.
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If it is a contractor and not another regional, it sounds like he is making enough to pay his help a little better than the going rates these days.
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If it is a contractor and not another regional, it sounds like he is making enough to pay his help a little better than the going rates these days.
Assuming the guy pays and you dont get screwed constantly with heavy debris. A far cry still from back in the day.
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Yes, it is a far cry from the days when you could make real (REAL) money completing trashouts. If someone had told me five years ago companies would be paying $250-$300 in 2012 for initial service orders I would have built an underground bunker.
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Another CL ad. What do y'all think?

Trashout crews needed for forclosed properties $15.00-$19.00 per cubic yard. This is not a flat rate like some of the companies out there where you make nothing. Must have dependable trasportation,Trailer, computer with high speed internet, digital camera, pass background ck and a willing to work. Weekly pay. Please respond with name and phone number and best time to contact.

No problem, have the dumpsters sitting by the garage and front door and I can get my guys to load it for you for $19/ CYD I'll even take pictures for you! If you want the pics to SG standards, have the dumpsters already marked 1/4 , 1/2 , and 3/4.......Please note my dry erase marker doesn't work so you won't get the before shots with the CYD listed in each room



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I am a small company and I pay my guys $20.00 per cube. I wish I could pay better. We don't do any package deals at all.
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Yes, it is a far cry from the days when you could make real (REAL) money completing trashouts. If someone had told me five years ago companies would be paying $250-$300 in 2012 for initial service orders I would have built an underground bunker.
Initials were @ 1,250 when we started turning em down, course that was 2004

We do very little now for Nationals, and funny story we have one bank who contacts us direct for bids and 5 mins later we get the same request from a national as the bank gets 2 quotes, one from us one from them-so funny cause the bank usually tells us the national is sooo slow and we always get the work direct from the bank-in these circumstances the middleman has been removed so to say lol
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Initials were @ 1,250 when we started turning em down, course that was 2004

We do very little now for Nationals, and funny story we have one bank who contacts us direct for bids and 5 mins later we get the same request from a national as the bank gets 2 quotes, one from us one from them-so funny cause the bank usually tells us the national is sooo slow and we always get the work direct from the bank-in these circumstances the middleman has been removed so to say lol

How do you get in touch with the bank directly?

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Brokers we sevice locally hook us up. Sometimes when doing work thru the broker, the lender will have questions and they will forward them to us. After that, they seem to keep us on file. We have submitted multiple bids thru different entities for the same property lots of times.
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I have a local bank that I take care of there forcloures. I bid ,after approval and work is complete I have a check at the end of the week.
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