Custom Home Building Proposal

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Custom Home Building Proposal
Scroll down to read the full sample. This sample was written using these Proposal Pack templates: Cover Letter, Title Page, Table of Contents, What You Can Expect, Cost Summary, Responsibilities, Personnel, Production Schedule, Permits and Licenses, Certifications, Subcontracts, Testimonials, Company History

This sample proposal was created using Proposal Pack Construction #3. The purchase link below is for your convenience if you wish to purchase the graphic theme used to create this specific sample (no purchase is necessary to view the sample). You would purchase this graphic theme ONLY if you want to create a custom proposal with this samples graphic theme. To view the full sample scroll further down this page. Purchase and download Proposal Pack Construction #3 IMPORTANT NOTE: You can use any of the Proposal Pack design themes to create your proposal with different accent graphics than this sample uses. For example, you could use a different Proposal Pack style and recreate this sample with a different visual look. This sample is intended for use as a guide for you to get ideas on how to create your own proposal. Most proposals will start with a Cover Letter, Title Page, Executive or Client Summary and a Cost Summary or Estimate then will include additional material as needed. Read this article to help you create a winning proposal using your Proposal Pack and this sample: HOW TO WRITE A CONTRACTOR OR CONSTRUCTION PROPOSAL Use the Proposal Pack editable templates to assemble your own framework and then fill in the blanks with the content, just as this sample was created from a Proposal Pack set of templates. Your proposal and quote could be just a couple pages long or over a hundred pages long depending on your needs, all created with one affordable Proposal Pack. PDF samples are not editable. You MUST buy a retail Proposal Pack for the editable templates.

Jane and Sam Larkin PO Box 1023 Everett, WA 98201-1023 Dear Jane and Sam, Thank you for taking the time to meet with a representative from Watson Custom Homes. Based on the information he shared with me, I think our business would be a perfect fit for your needs. We’ve been building custom homes in Snohomish County since 1996, receiving multiple awards. The quality of our work is well-known. We don’t just build homes, we build dreams. And that’s our goal for you if you choose to work with us. We understand that you have already done your site evaluations and are on your way to obtaining a building permit for your property. We would like to point out that permit requirements are stringent in Snohomish County, and we would like to help coordinate with you so that you can obtain the necessary permits without delays. Based on the copy of the blueprints you provided, I have drawn up some documents for you, including a preliminary cost summary, a statement of the work we intend to perform if you hire us, and a timeline. Please do be aware, however, that building materials prices fluctuate rapidly and often, so we cannot guarantee final costs until the materials are purchased. Also, in consideration of the fact that you would like to use top-grade materials throughout the home, the initial building cost estimate comes in at $256.00 per square foot, which is higher than the average Snohomish County price per square foot of $192.00, but reflects the quality you have chosen. Please be wary of any estimates that come in at this average price or lower; it simply means that the builders will be using lesser-grade materials or taking shortcuts. On a final note, we will provide you with a contracted price after final materials are chosen and before the construction work begins. We believe you should get into your home on budget and on time, and we will not surprise you with hidden labor charges. Once we sign the contract, the price we have set is what you will pay, making it easier for you to obtain the proper financing. Of course, if you would...
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