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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by lawnboy8154, Jul 27, 2005.
Does any body have a good formula for bidding commercial and residential properties?
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Nope..... I just go out there and give them whatever number floats into my head.....
Thanx for the feed back?
Get All The Project Specs , Know Your Cost ...........factor In How Much You Want To Make . Thats Approximately What You Should Bid
Thanx for the feed back!
Actually, your supposed to find out what the lowest competitors bid is, and then cut it in half.
Then when your all done, charge him a bunch of additions to the bid until you make a profit.
Don't really do this
The sad truth is some people reallly do that. Makes it hard for professionals to compete against amaturs when the bottom line is GREEN.