Well, i started passing out my first bunch of fliers today. It was more like a letter then a flier, put it in an envelope with my business card, and drove my 4 wheeler through a few neighborhoods wedging them between the mailbox and its flag. First off, expensive iron mailboxes with the push tab flag are a PITA, can't stick a flier on them without breaking the law and putting it in the box. Second, I got a phone call to give my first estimate, ever, before I even finished dropping my fliers(about 150 of them). So, who has some advice on how to handle my first estimate? I meet the home owner on Monday afternoon. This is an aerial of the property, at first guess I'm gonna say its around 3 acres, but I won't know for sure until I get out there and walk it. Let me know what you guys think. Comments on a fair price, etc. This will be my first house in a relatively upscale country neighborhood, so I'm leaning towards a slightly lower price so I can get myself working in the area and get my name out a bit.