How do you guys determine a flat monthly rate for a lawn. I was thinking 4.5 times the regular cut price. The grass grows fast in the spring but it slows sometimes in the intense heat. I dont want to bust my ass in the spring and then make barely anything when we have droght like weather in july and august. Does this sound right? $25 PER CUT or $112.50 PER MONTH ROUNDED UP OR DOWN Do you tell them the per cut price or just try to sell the monthly deal? I know I'm not paying $112.50 PER MONTH when I can pay $25.00 PER CUT. I'm confused and need help so I don't phunk things up next year. I mow some condos and some people pay monthly where as some pay per cut. Some people get 2 cuts and pay two times what the other person with two cuts pays. One customer has already caught on and I'm afraid she's going to become a pita. I'm already in a bad situation because the guy before me mowed these condos for $60.00 per month. He lived in one of them and got sick with cancer this spring, recently died. I mow 13 of these condos now, and there are 2 in each structure. I have some in rows and other alone. They are small yards but $60.00 per month is cheap. I'm afraid if I raise it to $70.00 or $75.00, they're going to **** their pants, only the ones paying per cut that is. If I upset one, I'll upset the others. It wouldn't suprise me if they hired some laid off punk because of the price increase. They'll regret it if they do. I always do an excellent job (mowing, trimming, edging, blowing) on every yard. I'm just going to level out the price and make it the same deal for everyone. Let me know what you guys think. I know the rates are low, but its my first year and I'm limited by my motor mobility, so I went low on price to build up yards. Thanks for any advice in advance.