Client Management Documents for Contractors (Build Your Own)
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Client Management Documents for Contractors (Build Your Own)

Construction contractors and Home Builders can create the Client Management Documents with these in-depth examples.
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Last updated 11/2015
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Price: $20
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  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
Understand and use the five Client Management Documents to control and document interactions with homebuyers.
Also, these five documents can help to control Client Transaction Risk, one of the largest risks we face as home builders.
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Requirements
  • Students intending to create their own Excel versions of the five Client Management Documents should have a working knowledge of Excel.
  • Students who wish to bypass the creation process should consider the companion course "Client Management Documents for Contractors (with Template). This course contains a fully functioning template ready to be integrated into your construction company processes.
  • Students who start out with this course and then decide that the companion course, containing the ready-made template, is a better choice will receive a tuition credit for the amount paid for this course. You must contact the instructor to receive this credit.
Description

If you have ever been concerned that your home buyer demands are interfering with the efficient management of your construction business, this course is for you.

This course provides complete examples of the five Client Management Documents and sufficient design detail to construct your own set of documents, as long as you have an intermediate working knowledge of Excel.

Learn how the implementation of these five documents can put you back in control of your client relationships and your construction finances.

Built on years of actual construction experience, you’ll get insights into how to:

  • Set initial specifications and get paid for changes;
  • Keep the client, lenders and yourself informed and up-to-date on the
  • finances of a job;
  • Bring any client issues to the surface before they cost you big-time;
  • Understand the motivations of your clients better;
  • Get paid quicker by customers and/or lenders;
  • Document problems between you and your clients so you are prepared for
  • confrontations;
  • Manage one of the biggest risks you face as a builder – Client Transaction Risk.

Taught in a straight-forward, easy-to-understand manner by an instructor with university-level teaching experience and more than thirty years of construction management, this course, and all the courses in the “Nailing It” series, is meant for the hands-on management of your construction business.

When you complete this course and implement the Client Management Documents system you will be a better manager of your client relationships and your client transaction risks.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for General Contractors, Builders, and construction business start-ups.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction to the Client Management Documents
5 Lectures 20:31

This course will focus on five of the most important documents your construction business can use to manage Client Transaction Risk, one of the biggest risks you face as a Builder. Not getting the communication right between you and your client can cost you....money, reputation, maybe even your business.

Preview 03:52

Everyone has to play together nicely in the homebuilding sandbox. Learn how to train your buyer about his responsibilities.

Preview 02:59

Learn the names and the functions of the Client Management Documents. A 30,000-foot view.
Preview 06:57

The title says it all…Why a home builder needs a Client Management System.

Preview 02:27

Here is a summary and quick refresher on the Excel skills you will need if you decide to try building your own Client Management Documents.

Preview 04:16
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Designing the Client Management Documents for Your Construction Business
8 Lectures 20:44

Why the Client Management Documents are designed the way they are. The important information that each form will gather.

INTRODUCTION - Designing the Client Management Documents
02:15

A look at the Dashboard of the system and why the information is gathered there.
Design the DASHBOARD - Client Management Documents
01:18

An in-depth look at the features and applications of the Confirmation of Instructions.
Design the CONFIRMATION OF INSTRUCTIONS - Client Management Documents
05:10

An in-depth look at the features and applications of the Notice of Acceptance.

Design the NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE - Client Management Documents
01:43

An in-depth look at the features and applications of the Draw Request.

Design the DRAW REQUEST - Client Management Documents
02:23

An in-depth look at the features and applications of the Delay Notice.

Design the DELAY NOTICE - Client Management Documents
04:02

An in-depth look at the features and applications of the Restart Notice.
Design the RESTART NOTICE - Client Management Documents
01:50

It’s all about managing the transaction risk. The Client Management Documents can help you do that.

SUMMARY - Designing the Client Management Documents
02:03

Check to make sure you have retained the highlights of the DESIGN portion of this course.

Client Management Document Design
5 questions
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Using the Client Management Documents In Your Construction Business
8 Lectures 33:29
An introduction to the actual use of the Client Management Documents.
INTRODUCTION - Using the Client Management Documents
01:54

How the DASHBOARD is used in an actual homebuyer case. Contains suggestions for personalizing the documents to your construction business.

Use the DASHBOARD
06:31

Shows how the CONFIRMATION OF INSTRUCTIONS would be used in an actual case. Demonstrates the importance of providing accurate information and tracking the financial impact of changes to construction specifications.
Use the CONFIRMATION OF INSTRUCTIONS
08:07

Shows how the NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE would be used in an actual case. Contains comments regarding the necessity of building a record of approvals by using this document.

Use the NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE
02:36

Discusses the importance of the DRAW REQUEST form to keep clients and their lenders apprised of the financial status of the project.

Use the DRAW REQUEST
05:37

Discusses why and how to use the DELAY NOTICE, and provides commentary on the effect of its use on your client relationship.

Use the DELAY NOTICE
01:47

Illustrates the importance of completing the information on the RESTART NOTICE to document what actually happened on a project. Contains commentary on how to use the DELAY NOTICE and RESTART NOTICE to protect your construction company if the project becomes contentious.
Use the RESTART NOTICE
03:01

Some final thoughts and a distillation of the entire course to one final statement. What to remember if you forget everything else.

SUMMARY - Using the Client Management Documents
03:56

Check to see that you got the highlights of this Section.

Using the ClientManagement Documents
7 questions
About the Instructor
Dennis Anderson
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"Nailing It" - a business guide for general contractors and home builders.

30+ years in the construction industry, a Master's degree in Business Finance, and years of consulting with builders have provided a unique perspective on how a home-building business should be operated.

Courses include 1)how to start a construction business; 2)managing subcontractors and clients; 3)down-and-dirty suggestions for protecting your assets; 4)financial decision models for contractors.

What you need to know to operate a successful homebuilding business delivered by someone who's been in the same trenches you are in.

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