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.
Also glad to hear the $40 mark. That is something I have been pondering. I have done the side job arena and I know that $30 just doesn't cut it. $40 however makes it worth my while.