Chris Bernhardt Posted April 15, 2007 Report Share Posted April 15, 2007 On occasion a deficiency lends its self to an easy temporary fix which would bring its condition back to adequate. I am tempted to offer both to the client this and the best practice. But if I do that the selling side seeing the report like they commonly do will only agree to the cheapo repair that brings it back to adequate. I want to give the client options until he's prepared to fix it right but I believe in fact I know in the negotiation the seller or seller zoid will counter with the lesser. I know, I know Mike you have said stop given a shit about what the sellers going to say and tell the client the best practice. But is only best practice the best thing for the client? Do you tell the client best practice and maybe in some cases lessor options until he can get around to doing it right or is it best just to preach best practice only so as never to be misunderstood? Chris, Oregon Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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