Property Managed vs. Owner Occupied

Property Managed vs. Owner Occupied? Which kind of building would be a better target market for your janitorial business? Be careful! You may be tempted to answer with a quick, “Well, both of them – it doesn’t matter!” Well, not so fast, because in this episode of “Flip My Cleaning Business from Painful to PROFITABLE!” we reveal how being aware of the differences between these two types of buildings can make the difference between having a fun, growing, and profitable cleaning company… and one that’s floundering and frustrating to run.

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Thanks for watching our video “Property Managed vs. Owner Occupied: Which Should Your Cleaning Business Target?” but also be sure to check out our video, “How Can You Target Market Your Cleaning Business for Growth?” because we’re going to tackle that question head on; and the answer may surprise you.

Plus, we hope you continue to check out Dan’s weekly videos in the future to hear his latest ideas, tips and strategies ‘concerning things you’re concerned about’, such as how to bid cleaning jobs profitably. You’ll quickly discover practical keys about what it really takes to flip a cleaning company from painful to profitable. Want to flip yours?


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Hi Latricia, thanks, and you've asked a good question. We believe one of the most important ways to avoid ‘low balling’ is to make sure you have budgeted/assigned enough hours to consistently meet the client's specs and your own company's standards. We use task based work loading in our bidding software to help calculate an avg. cleaning time per visit, and then build our price recommendation, starting with that time estimate. Hope that helps, and wishing you all the best, Dan, CleanGuru

Latricia Nazien

Thank you! great information but how do you know if you're low balling yourself!


Thanks Will :) glad you like my posts, and if we can be of any help, just let us know. Wishing you much success! Dan


THANKS for the heplful advice and look forward to learning more from you in the near future.


Thanks Dinah! Dan

Dinah Ewing

Great video!!


Thanks Dwayne, Dan


Thanks for this lovely video dan


Thanks Sharon - glad you found my video helpful. Let me know if you have any questions. I'd be happy to help, Dan CleanGuru LLC

Sharon Babcock

Very good information. Thank you