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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-30-2012, 12:33 PM
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I am looking for an industry standard price list. Does anyone know where I could find info like this. I am new and need help with pricing preservation work.
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K-Mart.
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If you are working for one of the nationals, the pricing for individual tasks should be available on the national's website.

If you're not working for a national, then the max allowables are readily available on the internet from the FHA/HUD website. (or Fannie Mae) Conventional type properties are more difficult if you aren't working for a national. It's just whatever the individual bank is willing to pay.


@davitk - K-Mart? pfft. Go easy on the noobs. They have a bleak future, if any at all.
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Actually, I was serious. Lots of good stuff at K-Mart.
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I wouldn't know, when K-mart closed up in our area and went to being Sears Essentials they didn't have anything. Now that they have switched back to K-mart, I haven't been in one.
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I am looking for an industry standard price list. Does anyone know where I could find info like this. I am new and need help with pricing preservation work.
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HUD rate is where most of the nationals start.
And negotiate down from there.
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Actually, I was serious. Lots of good stuff at K-Mart.
K-Mart is still around?
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I am looking for an industry standard price list. Does anyone know where I could find info like this. I am new and need help with pricing preservation work.
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Maybe someone over at www.PreservationTalk.com could help you out JJ.
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