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The Biggest Mistake Interior Designers Make with Fees, Part 3

Not offering tiered pricing and services is the third mistake interior designers make with fees. The model of offering an hourly fee and mark-up is one of the least effective ways of working with clients today when they are so conscious of every penny spent. Even if you offer a fixed fee for your clients,…

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The Biggest Mistake Interior Designers Make with Fees, Part 2

Click here to read Part 1. Not doing a good job of qualifying clients with effective questions that help uncover potential problems before developing a design proposal is mistake #2. What are some of the problems that may be encountered? Pricing a project based on a typical client instead of understanding that someone may be…

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Avoiding Client Nightmares, Part 3

This week we are finishing up our tips and ideas for avoiding client nightmare situations. We discussed some of the basic things to look for and ask about in the initial client interview. You can read more about that in Part 1. Last week, we talked about clues and specific questions you can ask to…

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Avoiding Client Nightmares, Part 2

  We talked last week about things you can do and look for to prevent clients from turning into nightmares. You can reference the points we discussed HERE. Today, we’re going to touch on clues you can look for and the questions you can ask Clues Watch for one spouse to dominate the conversation, talking…

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