I received a letter from a large apartment community, stating that all bidders meet at 10am on Monday to walk through property. I won't be there. It is very unprofessional and uncomfortable in the to be there with a bunch of your competition. Not only that but, with others around, I can't really put my salesman hat on. I am pretty good at landing jobs, when I am talking one on one with people. I have a good sized company here in the area and I'm sure my competition would love to see how I work. I won't give them the chance. Grassman, you already made that step, so what I just wrote, has no bearing on your question. Just had to get that out there. As far as that your bid goes, I would not go too low. You have to ask yourself. Do I want this job just to have work or do I want it to make money? Sure be competitive. I'm not saying to be greedy. The way I look at it, You already have an advantage over the others. You look more professional and you had some one on one time with the board members. If these people on going just on price then, you'll have a hard time against 7 other bidders who look like bums. The last guy they had, was fired for doing a lousy job. He was probably the low bidder, at the time. Do you think that, they are looking at making the same mistake, twice.