Help for bidding
In another thread someone was saying they start doubting themself once they are in the middle of the bid. So this should help. We've done it this way for several years.
Page 1... Type you a page of your own rules and regulations of what you expect from the customer and what they can expect from you. Something like... you expect the check on the counter when you arrive or their house will not be cleaned. And all the other things you expect such as them having things picked up blah... blah... blah...
Page 2... Now type you a bid sheet. On this sheet make it so you can write in your first time in price. Then make a place for your other price(s). Make it like this so you can write in your prices while at the bid. $_________
Put what ever you want on either sheet. The reason for Page 1 is this. Once you go on your walk through go over to a counter to write out your bid. I give them Page 1 now. Because I hate people watching what I'm writing so this gives them something to read and they think it's important. Make it a whole page long to keep them busy.
By having Page 2, the bid sheet will help you bid higher. By writing it on paper you will be able to WRITE a higher price than you would be able to actually SAY.
If someone wants to make one and put it on here for others to see, feel free to do so. I put a lot of work in to mine so I'd have to charge $10 to show you mine. So just sit down and type up a bid sheet... it's not rocket science. Be sure and put your company name, phone number and email at the bottom of your bid sheet.
Last edited by sprintcar93; 04-24-2011 at 03:35 PM.