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2018-04-23 By Admin
Foreclosure cleanout service or rent a dumpster. That's the question many property owners ask when confronted by a messy situation. On one hand, it seems totally reasonable to go the DIY route. After all, it will save money -- won't it? Numerous property investors start out believing this is true. But, when the scenario is played out, there's typically a different solution.
So, let's look at the differences between bringing in a foreclosure cleanout service and renting a disposal container. We'll begin with the basics. First, are you sure about what size dumpster is needed to hold all that stuff? If you're wrong, you'll pay more either way. If it's too small, you'll need to rent it a second time. Too large, and you've effectively wasted money on wasted, unused space.
When banks or other lenders offer mortgage loans, they see them as an investment, because they will earn money from the interest on the loan. If homeowners do not repay their mortgages, banks lose money. To salvage their investment, banks foreclose on homes with unpaid mortgages and sell the properties at foreclosure auctions. If a home doesn’t sell at auction, it becomes a real estate owned property, or REO property. --Realtor.com
Then, there's the matter of what you're throwing out. You see, dumpster rental companies disallow certain items. For instance, hazardous materials, recyclables, and more. Which means you can't put anything and everything into the container. That can present a huge problem.
Those are some really big reasons to avoid a dumpster rental. However, it doesn't quite explain why the alternative option is better. Here's a few good reasons to hire a foreclosure cleanout service when it's needed:
If you need a foreclosure cleanout done, go ahead and phone 800-433-1094 or visit Pro Junk Dispatch.
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