Pricing a Part-time Building – Level 1: What Do You Look For? Follow me on Building Walk-through!

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Pricing a Part-time Building - Level 1: What Do You Look For? Follow me on Building Walk-through!
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      The idea of taking on a Part-Time Super / Porter gig is exciting. This can mean more income, an opportunity to learn more, meet more people and add experiences to your professional resume.

      But, the hardest part of pricing correctly and making sure the gig is profitable boils down to knowing the job detail (the weekly task list) and accurately predicting how long it will take to get everything done. Once you have this number (whether in total number of weekly or monthly hours), you can calculate your price for a clean profit. 

      Nothing will help you more here than an old-fashioned building walk-through. Inspecting a property before you offer a price will give you a chance to understand the complete set of expectations that the customer (property manager, board member, landlord, etc.) will have for his Part-time Super or Porter service. 

      Follow me through a small, 20-unit building as I perform a basic-level walk-through and check out those things that will determine how many weekly visits this gig will require and how many minutes or hours each visit will take. 

     For the Youtube Version, click the thumbnail below:

Also, if you need a  walk-through task checklist to start off, click the thumbnail below and download the PDF version.

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