cost to cure

Does anyone have any idea where I can find a “Cost to Cure” or “Repair Cost” software? I do work for relo companies sometimes that requires me to put a money value on the defects. I have the “Blue Book”, but spend way too much time thumbing thru the book that isn’t the greatest to begin with. I’m thinking a PDF or a program that has search features will drastically reduce my time on reports.

Thanks

Try iScope. It’s free to try.

https://subscription.rsmeansonline.com/Registration/TrialRegistration?id=OGOG-2004

Tell them you are not a contractor and you have no idea what a professional will charge to do the job properly without getting several estimates fro the area :slight_smile: I do not believe home inspectors are trained in pricing other trades work. Heck I even think it is illegal in some States. Speak up if it is illegal in yous, anyone reading this. I am not sure but I am sure it should be.

James do you have a link I searched that and just see some light/camera product?

http://iscopesoftware.com/

Cool thanks.

I’ve always been partial to the Craftmans estimating stuff…

2013 National Renovation & Insurance Repair Estimator

iScope runs off of the Craftsman database. It’s pretty cool.

http://www.buildingjournal.com/commercial-estimating.html
free forever

You could send your clients there and they could figure out their own ‘cost to cure’. :wink:

Thats what I would do :slight_smile:

The right thing to do.