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mgnike1
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Jul 05, 2017 10:48 |  #1

Hello, POTN members! I've been asked to provide an estimate for images of a facility/building in a retirement community. I will be stopping by this afternoon to view the facility. I don't want to over/under charge for my work. Any suggestions on a reasonable fee or formula you have used to come up with your price? Thanks in advance!




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Jul 05, 2017 11:34 |  #2

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Jul 06, 2017 11:06 |  #3

You could always ask them what their budget is and if it sits well with you, you're good to go. If it doesn't, you could always try to negotiate it higher? I would be hesitant to rely on a 'formula' as pricing is such a unique proposition, from a $25.00 headshot to a $1 million ad campaign, every buyer has a budget to work with (even if they that *say* they don't).

From the client side, in my experience, there's generally a number or range that they have in mind. If you come substantially higher than that they're likely to look elsewhere.

Best of luck-


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