HERE’S WHAT YOU WILL FIND ON THIS PAGE
– Current list of the Property Preservation Companies who are always recruiting new vendors with links to their online vendor applications.
– Contact info for the Field Service Manager contract winners in your state… These companies contract directly with HUD.
– Everything you need to know about the handful of industry leading National P&P Servicing Companies… These guys basically control the flow of work in this industry so we created an individual page for each company, with news about them and direct links to their social media, websites and online vendor applications.
– Several insightful articles to help you better understand what it’s like working with these larger organizations.
Every single piece of information I placed on this page was done so you can quickly and easily conduct research about all of the most active Property Preservation client companies.
Why Do So Many Small Property Preservation Companies Have Problems?
Most Property Preservation business owners change the quality of their service based on problems going on in their life. They also love to give excuses every time a difficult situation comes up. Because of this, national Property Preservation companies burn through tons of vendors on a regular basis. Here are a few tips to help you avoid the same fate.
As smaller Property Preservation Business Owners, it is our job to do whatever we have to do to make the employees who work at our Property Preservation Client Company job a little easier. It is easy to forget that you are actually working with an employee at your client’s company and most employees have managers and bosses that they have to report to.
Do not let your personal problems or lack of money interfere with your job to provide an “above-average” quality service to your client, 100% of the time. This sounds a lot easier than it will be to actually implement. Train yourself to become a resourceful business owner and you will be able to avoid letting difficult situations stop you from getting the job done.
Thinking you can just give your clients excuses instead of finished work is a very easy habit to fall into and a very difficult one to break. The secret is to get into the habit of coming up with excuses or “reasons” why you must overcome whatever is standing in your way as well as ways for “how” to do it. This is a simple yet powerful little tweak. Habits are hard to break so don’t expect this to be an easy thing to do.
Give your client the services they are paying you for, every single time and don’t fall into the habit of making excuses. Complete your work orders exactly as your clients want it done and if you run into a tricky situation, make sure to document everything with photos and a thorough description so that your client can easily understand the difficulty of the situation. Also, get used to learning from your mistakes and keeping you emotions in check. If you follow these rules then your clients will never have a reason to get rid of you.
The Industry’s Most Active National Property Preservation Servicing Companies
The following companies are the industry leaders. In other words, they control the majority of the Property Preservation work on a national level. So we created an individual page on this website for each of these leading companies with only the most helpful, UNBIASED information, for you to use when determining who to work with as an REO vendor.
List of Other Property Preservation Companies With Links To Their Online Vendor Applications
- A2Z Field Services
- Aim Your Way
- Asset Management REO Marketing Services
- Bank of America Supplier Relations
- Carrington Home Solutions
- Cityside Management Corp
- Complete Property Restoration
- Cyprexx Services
- First Preston HC
- Five Brothers Mortgage Company
- Freddie Mac HomeSteps
Why Do Some National Property Preservation Companies Tell Me Where To Buy My Insurance?
Most of the national Property Preservation companies who have implemented this requirement have done so in an attempt to minimize the financial losses they have to incur because of an under-insured vendor. Most people are surprised when they learn that charge backs of $50,000+ are not uncommon in this industry.
Think about this for a moment: If someone who worked as a subcontractor for you suddenly dropped their insurance and you were not notified by your subcontractor’s insurance agent, and then this contractor proceeded to make a mistake that caused several thousands of dollars worth of damage – How angry would you be when you found out you would be held responsible? How many $50,000 hits would it take for your own insurance company to drop you? And what if you ended up being personally sued because of this mistake?
So contrary to the conspiracy theorists out there who think otherwise, these nationals are not only looking out for the best interests of their own companies, but they are also helping their vendors maintain the correct coverage. Because if a vendor doesn’t have the correct insurance policies then they will be held personally liable for the damages caused by them or their crew members.