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Is your justification for emailing your proposals really a “reason” or, is it an “excuse”?
There are four very specific disclosures that may be required by the law to be in your construction contract.
Let’s start with some obvious mistakes that aren’t even visible to most builders or buyers.
Stressed about Finances? You're Not Alone
On public jobs, the halfway point is a milestone which, when reached, requires a reduction of retainage from all subsequent payments. Private contracts, on the other hand, treat retainage according to the contract. But nothing prevents you from negotiating a similar reduction at 50% completion.
Next time a prospect tells you your price is higher than someone else’s try these tactics to keep the conversation moving and see if your prospect could justify paying more.
Have you ever lost a project because you were too "expensive"? Aren’t the plans and specs the same? How could there be such a difference in price between builders? Matt Risinger explores some reasons why.
Most residential construction business owners will have to work until they die, without enough accumulated investments to support themselves during retirement. But it doesn't have to be like that.
How can we build a stucco assembly that will be just as durable and “safe” as a traditional siding house?
Few contractors do, but Shawn McCadden advocates for more transparency if (a big "if") your company has its books in order.
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