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So I'm curious...what percent do people consider fair for a "regional" to take? I personally just ask what somebody wants to do the job and hope I can make money on top of that.
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don't work for regional
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So your telling me on any given day you cover all your work?
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If the regional was taking 70% would you work for them?

If that same regional was getting $1000 for a lock change, taking 70% and paying you $300, would you work for them?

Percentage means nothing.

What goes in your pocket is everything.

If it isn't enough, don't do it.
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If the regional was taking 70% would you work for them?

If that same regional was getting $1000 for a lock change, taking 70% and paying you $300, would you work for them?

Percentage means nothing.

What goes in your pocket is everything.

If it isn't enough, don't do it.

300 for just a knob or we talking dead bolt and knob
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They get double sided tape on the hasp for that price... no screws what-so-ever.
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I asked this same question no one answered. All I was trying to show was you can bounce from regional to regional even to some nationals but the math is never going to work.
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So your telling me on any given day you cover all your work?
Short answer- What is fair for a regional to "take" is whatever you are willing to accept.

A GC uses employees and subs to cover their work under completely different terms, so a regional would not be applicable in this case.

If I told you I knew of three yards that need the grass cut will you send me a check for 20%?

The non private market for property preservation is one of the greatest and longest lasting pyramid schemes to exist in the United States.
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Ok...I'm asking if you sub work what % do you guys feel is fair to keep in this industry specifically. I don't do work for regionals nor am I a regional but sometimes I do sub overload work out. Just curious what people's thoughts were.
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