Hi @Fas McO'nen have you gotten quotes yet from your PM to do the work? Not that you should or shouldn't use them, they just may be a good starting place.
Hi @Jeb Brilliant I did. I'm an out of state investor, and after receiving quotes, I decided to fly out to Indy and was able to find that some of the work they proposed was bogus (wanting to change a perfectly new carpet with hardwood for instance). Their prices look inflated for the most part so I wanted a second opinion if anyone knows of a reputable company.
@Fas McO'nen out of curiosity do you mind sharing who gave you the inflated quotes? I like to know who to avoid in the future. PM me if you prefer.
@Fas McO'nen please PM me as well.
@Fas McO'nen If you don't mind me asking, what area of town are your properties in? I've heard from other investors that it's not only hard to find good contractors if you do find one, they probably don't have the time to add on a new client and they may not work in certain areas of town. PM me if you would like.
@Clay Sellers They're all in the 46218 zip code. You're right, I heard the same. They're pretty swamped with work, which is probably why they're taking advantage of it and giving a lot of us some outrageous estimates.
Please PM me what contractor was overpriced you, I would like to know which contractor I should avoid