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Old 05-02-2000, 08:09 PM
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Keith Keith is offline
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Hell, I'll admit it. If I run across a potential client that I know is very wealthy, I will quote a higher price than I would have if he or she had been living in the poor house. The reason why is the wealthy like to see you earn that money, at least around here. They are the ones that will take up the time. On average, if two properties were identical, the wealthy client would expect more than the guy with the modest income. That's just the way it is. Why not quote a higher price, eventually the wealthy homeowners lawn will require more work. Instead of cutting yourself short, know this going in. This way you don't mind doing a little extra because you are making a decent amount of money.<p>Just remember you are not comparing apples to apples. The rich and not so rich are completely different.<p>
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