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Posted by  Susan Axelrod on 5/13/05 6:23pm

Mary I totally agree with Ted, it is all about establishing a business relationship. I was asked some time ago by one company to do a signing for $45.00, I told them I was sorry but my fee would be $65.00, the location was minutes from my home, loan signing, 30 minutes in and out. They gently mentioned if I lowered my fee, I would probably do more volume. I thanked them for the advice and told them I would consider it in the future. They use me often in my area, always pay my requested fee and within days, I might add. Recently in fact, they increased my fee for some reason.
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