Yup quote was for in and out. No biggy, today I’m happy as a pig in *&^%. Went to another condo community today to clean one. At 1st I was not too happy as I felt I under bid the gig. The guy got me at a week moment on the phone and I agreed to clean his place for $130. It was not the price that was the concern, it was the distance. The place is 30 minutes from me an to drive that far with my trailer to wfp the place for that price. The gas alone cost me $20. But nice thing is I had no idea the guy was talking a monthly clean. Now on top of that, he asked if I had insurance. I give him my policy and get to cleaning. A little while later I’m outside using the WFP, some guy stops by and watches me clean. Never introduces himself but I say good morning as he goes by. He goes in the customers home, comes out tells me who he is and asks if we can talk when I’m done. I stop by. He is the association manager, tells me they are paying a guy $165 per condo who has no insurance. Reason they hired him was they could not find a cleaner. He tells me the place has 200 condos they want cleaned every month and could I write up a quote. I tell him no need to write it up. Being he told me they were paying $35 per condo more then my price that I can’t do the job cheaper. That’s the cheapest I can do the work for. My price is $130 per condo. He says ok “I’m going to run this by the rest of the members of the association and get back to me.” Now it does not even hit me till I leave. He is talking a monthly cleaning of each place. I pull over grab my calculator. The price they are paying now. $33,000.00 per month. My price $26,000.00, that’s a $84,000.00 savings over the year. How can they pass that up? Besides the guy commented how it was nice to see a professional company (t-shirts, tools, insurance, lettered truck, etc). But even if I don’t get the contract it’s still $130 per month from the 1st customer. So I’m happy.