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What would be a fair price to charge for rebuilding existing contracts into a computer interactive form?

Asked by Dutchess_III (27085 points ) July 8th, 2013

I have a friend who is the manager of several apartments. They have pages and pages of a contract that her secretaries need to fill out, by hand, for every new tenant. She expressed a wish that it would be possible for them to have to only had to fill out one page, on the computer, and the rest would auto fill. I can do that, but neither of us know what a fair price would be to charge her company.
What do you guys think?

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zenvelo's avatar

I’d recommend you base it on what you feel is a fair hourly rate for your work. So set an hourly rate, charge for the amount of time, plus a 20% mark-up overall.

She’ll know she’ll save a lot in productivity if one of her staff can fill out the form in 10 minutes instead of hours.

johnpowell's avatar

I do web stuff and generally charge per hour. I do stop the clock if I run into a problem that I should have seen coming and should have known how to fix. But generally 35–50 pr hour.

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