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"Starting A Inexpensive Cleaning Service"

My mother & I started a cleaning service years ago. And we started with next to nothing. We had basic home cleaning supplies and ourselves.

"Quick Easy Residential Cleaning Service"

You can make quick income with a residential cleaning service. Its easy to start up and calls for very little start-up money.Of course there are several cleaning services out there. But not yours! I have few tips on getting started that worked very well for the service my Mother and I had.

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"Target An Area or Group"

Advertising is the key. Its best to target or specialize in a certain group. For example New Mothers, Working Moms, Senior Citizens. Never leave anyone residential group out. But we would advertise all types of specials. Our #1 hits were with new Moms, working Mothers, and Senior Citizens. We would come out with weekly specials to cover all residents. We noticed the most demand groups are the groups mentioned above. So we did extra advertising and specials that target our main source of income. New moms 1/2 off 5th cleaning, Senior citizen discount, referral discounts, etc..

"Financial Planning"

Whether your going brick or mortar. Its best to have a financial plan. Which I've touched on. Don't be quick to run out and get a loan. A lot of people do that and that can end up hurting you in the long run. You have the extra money,and sometimes get reckless because money's there. Since this is something you can start with very little start-up money. I would suggest you save your own money to start it up. Then start a plan my business plan, if you plan to make his your main source of income. Example: Start out your personal cost of living. Cost supplies, and possible employees. Office expenses, which could be something in the future because online advertising is taking over, and a lot of people do home based businesses. If you have the means to save up your own money so your not coming in a business in debt,do so.Save enough money for a minimum of a year, to cover personal and business expenses.To stay a float during slow periods, or any unexpected events. Keep up with proof and lost. Save save put money back and watch your business income grow.

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Comments

Kaneta T Key on December 11, 2019:

Great Info!! Thanks

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