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Job Progression

Bob, when I can, I include a second visit to review the data with the customer prior to presenting the final report.  This allows me to follow up on things that I may have missed the first time through the home.  I prepare a number of questions and when possible, a list of items that I feel I need to re-photograph or photograph for the first time.

Sometimes, I see details in the background that I may have missed or want to take a second look at.

While there, I am able to share a "rough draft" of the report for review.  The missing details are noted on this copy so we can discuss them.

I hope this helps you.

-- Edited by George on Monday 21st of June 2010 09:56:34 PM


George A. Childs

Quality Home Inventory Service, Inc.
24 Stockton Dr. 
New Castle, De. 19702


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This is to all the veterans out there.  Being a retired Corporate Trainer, I live by one motto;  Presentation is 99% preparation, 1% presentation.

That being said, can some one, in detail, run through the progression of a sale.  I'm trying to wrap my thoughts around a job and have come up with these events.

First contact.  Meet with client.  Explain and show them my service.  Walk through home.  Discuss items to be inventoried.  Leave estimate.

Second contact, if accepted by client, photograph, document and price items inventoried.

Third and final contact.  Present binder with items inventoried.  Collect payment.

There has to be more.  It can not be that easy.  Now I leave it up to the veterans to assemble the events in chronological order in as much detail as possible.

I thank you in advance for your input.


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