LIVE Q&A SESSION 33:
September 9th, 2021: 7pm (Eastern Time, US & Canada)
Yes, I can now.
When making a lump sum fee proposal, is it a good idea to quote the hourly rate(s) on which it is based?
How do you decide between a fixed fee, hourly rates or a percentage fee?
What do you think of providing a table of fees on my website? i.e. a percentage schedule for various building budget. Is this giving away too much or a great early filter for tyre-kickers?
How do you address extras people ask for after the project starts?
What do you say when you have raised your fees and past clients who have new projects ask why your fees are higher?
How to get pay in advance?
Regarding the language of the proposal, should we lean more towards technical language, or colloquial?
Is anyone else having problems with ‘younger’ generation who ‘shop’ prices to death and then also expect ‘instant product?’
I work from home, home office. I’m trying to figure out how you use your approach in this instance. Thank you.
How do I set a price that’s reflective of the value I bring to the client?