How do I submit information about my foreclosure clean up business to realtors and banks

I just recently started up my own foreclosure clean up business.  What is the most effective approach in reaching out to the realtors, banks, and landlords.

Any information on this topic is greatly appreciate.....

Thank you,
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p.s. I do not recommend doing mass unsolicited emails. We agents get tons of those, and we don't have time to deal with spam.
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May 25 2011
As an agent and landlord, I usually look to craigslist.org to find services. Try a search there and see if there are others in your industry advertising there, see what looks effective and try to improve on it in your own ad. Photos and prices, as well as credentials (such as licensed, insured, bonded) are definitely deal bringers.

Good luck with your new biz!
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May 25 2011
Thank you so much for your advice!  We will get started right away.....
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May 25 2011
Nothing beats getting out and knocking on the doors of the banks and real estate offices.  It helps them put a face to the name, and it is much more difficult to say to no to you in person.  Don't get discouraged.  Just keep going back every few weeks to throw your name in the pot.  Just make sure you do a great job on your first job from them.  First impressions are everything.  Best wishes.
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