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Old 05-01-2014, 03:02 PM
CGros31 CGros31 is offline
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I have learned through experience that most times it's not worth doing an overgrown lot. Many customers will get you to knock it down initially, only to let you know afterwards that they will be cutting it on their own. The few overgrown properties that I cut come at a premium price. Otherwise, it's not worth it. Recognizing who will become clients, and who will not become clients comes with experience!
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