Originally Posted by JParisan
It is not so much the size of the yard, but the value of the house. I cut about 40 homes in a neighborhood of $300,000+ homes. The yards are about .3 acre, at $40 a pop. For me higher income clients are much less of a headache. They always want the seasonal extras done. I get many more referrals out of them as well. People with money tend to be friends with other people with money.
Thanks for the input and advice. Definitely worth the time to secure the homes that are more apt to provide the "friends with money" referrals.