Fast Track Proposal Writer software creates detailed contracts for any construction job. It includes over 1,200 paragraphs of contract language, easily customizable for each job.
This software (requires Windows operating system) helps you quickly and easily write a Proposal / Contract that your client understands. It is not just a takeoff of your estimate sheet as so many programs are. It is clear, solid contract language with unlimited options, for you to use when assembling a Proposal / Contract for your clients.
The Fast Track Proposal Writer, used properly, creates a document that explains who you are, who they are, and the terms and conditions you work under. It explains what they can expect from you and what you can expect from them. And it includes a detailed explanation of the work that will be done, all the way down to the make and model of appliances.
We use the words “proposal” and “contract” interchangeably. Here’s the difference:
- When you present this document to your client, it’s a proposal.
- After they sign it, it’s a contract.
With the Fast Track Proposal Writer software, you select the paragraphs and input your specifications. The language is clear and to the point, and designed to help keep you out of court. If/when your attorney suggests specific language based on your location or business needs, simply add it to the program for use in all your contracts. You can quickly create proposals specific to your business and your needs.
In a very short period of time, you will be writing proposals twice as fast as you write them now. With practice, you will be able to write a $100,000 remodeling contract in less than 1.5 hours, and a new home contract in an hour. That means more time to run your business, and it gives both you and your customer the confidence of a solid, detailed contract.
To make it even easier, pair Fast Track Proposal Writer with our Fast Track Estimating software. After creating an estimate, open Fast Track Proposal Writer, select the estimate, and pull in all relevant Work-related contract language. (Demonstrated in this demo.)