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"I tried Vista Estimating for a supplement. Ron wrote the estimate that was 6k more and extremely detailed. I submitted Vista’s estimate to the insurance company and was approved without question. Our company has used Vista Estimating for Supplements and new estimates since. Vista has made my company more profitable, averaging 4-7k per estimate. I joined Vista Estimating’s contractor network because it’s a no brainer, Contractors get 98%! This company is very intuitive and the answer we were looking for! I recommend Vista Estimating to everyone!"



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Receive leads from potential homeowner clients

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Homeowner

Access to free contractor and realtor referral

Detailed estimate specific to their project, no pesky salesman providing an inflated estimate 

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Keep up to date with the latest information

We strive to stay up to date with the latest industry resources, news, and insights. Read more about them below.

  • How To Find A Reliable Home Contractor

    1. Ask Friends, Relatives and Co-Workers for References. ...
    2. Interview at Least 5 Contractors. ...
    3. Be Realistic About Availability. ...
    4. Ask What Work Will Be Done by Subcontractors. ...
    5. Choose the Right Contractor for the Right Project. ...
    6. Check Licenses, Complaints and Litigation History. ...
    7. Check References. ...
    8. Sign a Detailed Contract.
  • How To Find A Reliable Realtor

    Take a close look at your contract.

    1. Talk to a lender before you hire a real estate agent. ...
    2. Get referrals from your network. ...
    3. Research potential candidates. ...
    4. Interview at least three real estate agents. ...
    5. Request references — and check them. ...
    6. Go with your gut. ...
    7. Take a close look at your contract.