I had a meeting with a property manager today, I waited half an hour in her office to only get two minutes of her time. It pissed me off that she wasted my time that way, especially after she missed our appointment last night altogether. This was my first cold meeting with a property manager. Other managers that I have dealt with have been friends of a friend so I was able to have an "in", but this lady treated me like I wasn't worth her time. It got me to thinking that I need to put together a good portfolio to hand out. I could have handed her a portfolio and left telling her I couldn't wait any longer and still maybe gotten business from her. What I would like to know is what should go in it? I was thinking a cover letter, description of services offered, two or three short recommendation letters, a copy of my license, a copy of my insurance certificate, and a few before and after photos of our work. Any other suggestions? What does everyone else do? I also wanted ideas of what to include in the cover letter. Thanks for your help.<br>chris h.