Posted by Keith on January 06, 2004 at 18:31:33:
Try to find a property manager that handles Section 8 houses. These rentals usually require a lot of maintenance because of the yearly inspections. Once you find a few managers try to find out who they are using as a handyman and see if they might be available after hours or on the weekends.
Best of Luck
How to find a handyman? - Posted by randyOH
Posted by randyOH on January 06, 2004 at 15:40:24:
Need some ideas on how to find a handyman for my rentals in a new town. I need to find someone around the $15 an hour price level. The guys that work for the realtors are too expensive and too busy. I need to find a part-timer who is looking for work.
Re: How to find a handyman? - Posted by Sean (OH)
Posted by Sean (OH) on January 09, 2004 at 14:40:02:
Randy what part of Ohio are you in? I know a few different handymen who might want to pick up some extra work if you are close by.
Re: How to find a handyman? - Posted by Mario
Posted by Mario on January 07, 2004 at 12:14:00:
Drive by new construction sites, ask the people working there what you’re looking for. A lot of times you will find people who may work at nights, weekends or holidays.
Usually they will charge you a whole lot less since this is work that they can do in their spare time.
Just my 2 cents…