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Bid sheets and contracts

2303 Views 3 Replies 3 Participants Last post by  modterry
Well here we go another rookie in this vast complicated trade is requesting information. I can demo the interior and exterior of a home and put it back together and sell it to the first person that looks at it. I think I have this part of this business in the bag. The part that I don't know is the paper work end. When someone asks me for a bid and also THE CONTRACT I am in big trouble. I have been lucky haven't had to produce one yet. I hate not knowing this.

I would like to see what a professional bid and contract look like for a REO, or small addition, or a kit remodel.

Anyone got time to help with this?

Any info would help.

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Gary, check out the file swap area & search here on contracts - there are plenty of good ones already posted here

You can also pay for the National Estimator Contracts, Michael Stone's site, or the JLC Legal Contractors kit - all are customizable, lets you add in clauses that may be needed in your area, etc...

No matter which route you go - Bounce it off your lawyer for a thorough review, or maybe have him draw one up from scratch for you that includes all your worries, etc...
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