Fluctuations in the housing market over the past decade have created tough conditions for land surveyors, and staying competitive in a challenging market requires new approaches to marketing your services. One way to make the most of your time and resources is to look for strategic partnerships with local real estate companies. Why Should
For land surveying projects, the proposal writing process can be daunting, time consuming and inefficient. However, there is an upside: The more proposals you submit, the more work you get! How Digital Is Changing Proposal Writing Obviously, each proposal needs to be thoroughly researched and well written. But often, clunky
Scope, Deliverables, and Profitability Have you ever completed a project only to have the client call you and ask why there aren’t stakes driven into the corners of their property. Weren’t they also supposed to get hard copies of those CAD drawings? Don’t they get to keep the photos you took with your drone?
What is First Call Resolution? You’re headed out the door to visit a site for an estimate when the phone rings. The client on the other end is demanding the drawings for their parcel, but your brain is already half out of the door. You put down your maps and briefcase to shuffle through
Land surveying technology has vastly improved since George Washington first dragged a chain across Mount Vernon. GPS, CORS, VRS, and now drones have made taking measurements more accurate and efficient. As you adopt greater efficiencies, it makes sense to pass along savings to your clients so you can remain competitive and not be outbid.
4 Tips to Make Follow-up Calls a Success You’ve done the parcel and title research, written the survey proposal, and submitted it. Time to sit back and wait for a response. If they like it they’ll call you, right? Sadly, no. Even if you’ve written the perfect proposal for land surveying services, your work isn’t over.