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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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HollandPPC said:
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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HollandPPC said:
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.:laughing:

So how old is HollandPPC?

Linda
 

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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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a1propertyclean said:
lol. You're not sour in the least, Matt. You're one of my favorite people to talk to. :thumbsup:

Linda



Oh yeah he is, its cause you are a woman.
When I call him he is Walter Matthau from Grumpy/Grumpier old men. :laughing: Or Jeff Dunham's Walter.
 
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I don't think age should be used as an indicator to wether a company is good or bad, it's the drive and determination of the person running the company and obviously leaving a good name for themselves.
 

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BrandConst said:
I don't think age should be used as an indicator to wether a company is good or bad, it's the drive and determination of the person running the company and obviously leaving a good name for themselves.


Age is a HUGE factor in my hiring practices though. I will hire a 30+ yr old long before i hire a 30- yr old. 30+'s have drive and determination as they usually have families, kids and mortgages. 30-'s (NOT ALL BUT THE VAST MAJORITY) cannot crawl there butt out of bed in the morning to get to work on time and are usually the biggest whiners. Partying seems to be a HUGE factor in their lives. The closer to the 20's the worst they tend to be.
 
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