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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by CandJ, Mar 24, 2001.
Hey jim just a my two cents, it will greatly help if you had some pics of your equipment on ebay. They make a world of diference when selling. I know i hate to look at stuff for sell when there is not pictures.
I don't think he'll get 12 grand for his business.
Honestly, I don't think he'll get 5 grand for his business .. a bunch of low powered, low end equipment and 35 accounts ... hmmmmmmmmmmm .. yeah, that's worth $12000.
POSSIBLY could get a couple of email leads of interest if he included some pics, though ..
Nice area, though.
We all know that anything can happen in Florida!! Especially when it comes to NUMBERS!! hehehe
Sorry couldn't help myself.
But pictures would really help sell it,I think.
Also it would be a GOOD IDEA to say what the expected gross sales would be...
I don't think he'll get 2 grand for his business.
sounds worthless to me
Is nobody gonna catch my numbers in Florida joke?
Or is it not funny:[
::laughs at joke::
::laughs at e-bay ad::
How about a little Constructive Criticism gentleman!!
Maybe more often we could share our thoughts in a productive manner so as not to just slam someones efforts.
As for 35 accounts not being worth $12k??? I dont know, but I heard a guy just bought my friends with no equipment for $20k to get into the business. The average cost per cut was $18.
So like they always say, theres one born every minute and I dont think he was crazy to ask what he did. Besides if you dont ask, you never know the answer. Just because most of agree that this is an outlandish price doesnt mean that no one will bite.
Just my .02