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August 6, 2016

Opportunities at Sand Castle Field Services

Seeking Independent Field Representatives

Sand Castle Field Services is a national field services provider with complete coverage in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands.

We are offering the unique experience to become an Independent Field Representative in a location near you! This opportunity is especially great for someone looking to supplement their current income.

Services Provided

Field Visits: Assist our clients in re-establishing communication with their customers by delivering personal and confidential correspondence. You also would inspect and photograph property/collateral (based on each client’s needs).

Inspection Services: Visually inspect real estate, vehicles, leased equipment, commercial property, or any other type of property. Provide a detailed condition report and digital photos of the property.

Valuation Services: Provide the opinion of a licensed real estate professional.

Property Preservation: We are also seeking contractors able to complete Property Preservation in accordance with all investor (i.e. HUD/FHA, FNMA, FDMC) guidelines. We encourage all experienced contractors to join our Property Preservation team today.

As an Independent Field Representative you would choose your desired fees and coverage area for the services you would like to provide. Sand Castle Field Services offers our agents a competitive environment where orders are assigned based upon fees and performance statistics. We can help you determine your coverage area and suggest competitive rates for that area.

Fees range depending on the type of assignment you are completing and the general location of the service. Metro areas often have lower fee ranges vs. a rural area.

Field Visits will typically pay anywhere from $10-$25.

Exterior Property Inspections will typically pay $6-$12. Inspections that are more in depth will pay higher fees and are negotiable.

Compensation for Valuation Service assignments varies by the type of assignment. Our most common assignments are residential Broker Price Opinions (BPOs) and typically pay $30-$50 exterior and $60-$75 interior.

Property Preservation fees are based on current investor guidelines.

If you currently provide these services or are looking to form a new partnership, please complete our interest submission survey located on our website www.sandcastlefs.com under the Careers Link. The direct link is: https://www.sandcastlefs.com/public/applicant/field_rep_application.aspx

You may also contact us directly by email or phone with any questions you may have. Email: recruiting@sandcastlefs.com Phone: 262-754-6006. Our hours of operation are Monday-Friday 7 AM – 8 PM CST. We look forward to hearing from you!

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  1. I would not walk across the street for SIX dollars.

    Comment by Kenneth Edelstein — August 6, 2016 @ 5:22 pm

  2. I would not walk from my couch to the front door for $6.00. Are these people nuts?

    Comment by Jerome Zeiger — August 25, 2016 @ 6:46 pm

  3. Please be cautious with these “door knock” jobs. I did a mortgage loan closing recently with a local deputy sheriff. He stated that these “door knock” jobs are very dangerous. You have no idea who the person behind the door is. You do not know how far behind on his payments are and how angry he might be. The deputy sheriff he doesn’t even want to do them. I have done a few jobs for this company or similar companies where they want a home inspected to determine if a contractor had completed a home remodel project. I don’t mind doing those. But, those always give you a phone number for the occupant so that you make contact with the home owner to verify that it is okay to come inspect their home (inside or outside) and take pictures. Just watch the “door knock” jobs. I would NOT do them.

    Comment by Elaine Steinbeck — August 25, 2016 @ 7:14 pm

  4. If there was a “field” in my back yard or down the block I might inspect it for $10.00 to $25.00, depending on how high the cotton was! All of their posted fees seem to out of contact with reality.

    Comment by Rodrigo Jones — August 25, 2016 @ 7:41 pm

  5. Did that for them. You will lose money on every one of their assignments. They once wanted me to drive 60 miles one way to do a $6.00 inspection and I laughed at them. Their response was you will have some good assignment and some bad. If you could get a dozen aasigned every time it would maybe pay. But its one here one there and miles to drive between them. Like Signing Companies they do not care if you make money as long as they do. There are suckers who will do this, I only did it for a month before giving up on them. Then they came up with having a BGC which had to be done via their vendor for $65.00 every year. So you will never make money with them.

    Comment by Daniel Stephens — August 25, 2016 @ 9:30 pm

  6. Worked with them a couple of times but decided it just wasn’t worth it. When they offer me something specific for my area I want $50. Haven’t done anything for them since.

    Comment by Faye — January 6, 2017 @ 5:17 pm

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