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Question of the Day: What is your minimum work order?10816

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Hi All,

The WGAN Forum Question of the Day for Sunday, 12 January 2020:

What is your minimum work order?

This question is inspired by the following post by @bryanhscott in this WGAN Forum discussion.

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Originally Posted by @bryanhscott
@DanSmigrod My new rate card promotes pre-made packages, which center on the tour first, with add-ons being something else, like DSLR photos or video, drone photos or video. Clients can still order ala carte and build their own package, but my minimum work order amount is set at $250.

As well, I have a new section called, "Agent-Assist," which includes items that help the agent complete their MLS listings, pick-up deliver and plant their yard signs and open house directional signs, create and place their printed brochures, perform vacant house and pre-listing inspections and other tasks that typically take time out of the agent's day that I can easily do while on premise doing the shoot.


Best,

Dan
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lilnitsch private msg quote post Address this user
Ditto, I have a $250 minimum
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bryanhscott private msg quote post Address this user
@lilnitsch I pirated your minimum work order idea. Great idea BTW - thanks to you!
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lilnitsch private msg quote post Address this user
@bryanhscott No, worries. With time and mileage to get to and from a job it is only reasonable to have a minimum fee.

If you need to get a plumber or a HVAC technician to you home they to often have minimums
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Admittedly I’m in a market with higher cost of living, but my minimum is $500 and clients are very happy. On smaller homes I typically deliver professional HDR, drone shots, plus a 360° NodalView tour, all in a WP3D website. For most, I also upload photos and links to the MLS.

I believe it’s imperative that we resist the race to the bottom, and that enough clients care about quality if you deliver it to them. Quality begets referrals.
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lilnitsch private msg quote post Address this user
@Home3D I have broker load for most of the agents I work with. But, even for those I do not I takes the extra steps to make sure that the services in which I provided are being used to their fullest potential
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