What is a better way to write in an email to tell my client that I will charge him a fee of say $100? Often, I feel very reluctant to write these ways:
I will quote the hosting and development fees at $100.
This sounds totally crappy.
I will give you a quote of $100 for the development and web hosting.
This doesn't sound very polite. It sounds like the client owes me something.
The total charges/fees for the development and hosting is $100.
The cost of the development and hosting is $100. / The hosting and development will cost $100.
The hosting and development are charged at $100.
Sounds more direct but still, the tone isn't very friendly. Feels like the relationship between the client and me is still at a "stranger" stage.
What are some ways or examples to write in an email a quotation that I would like to charge my client, which sometimes is a sensitive thing, in a friendlier manner?