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Old 01-15-2004, 01:06 AM
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i have decided when it comes to real estate agents to ask for the money up front but it really depends on how big the job is, if your gonna have a contract or if you feel you can trust the guy. if no contract and you get stiffed on a $30 job are you going to be running around trying to collect. what if he tells you to cut several then bill at end of month and does not pay? when you talk to him ask what the average amount of yards to cut any given month and try and work from there. if he tells you a set amount tell him you can make a contract for a certain amount due at the end of month for those lawns and if any extra they will be added on the invoice. this past year i did two different sites for a trailer park owner and when i would invoice i would list each address that a job was performed.
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