I have these two properties I've been asked to bid on... Prop 1. 33840 feet of turf. 36 Evergreen Bushes 8 Deciduous Bushes No edging, little trimming. TONS of trash. Part of the deal is picking up trash...bottles, papers, white castle boxes, etc. It's at the corner of two busy streets and it's a factory lot that I'll be servicing. This grass area is 21k feet, and the trash is fairly scattered. I'm thinking 15-20 minutes weekly, so that's going into the bid. 500 - Trash 1350 - Grass 820 - Bushes (twice on evergreens, four times on deciduous) total: 2670/Year divided by seven months: roughly 380/month Prop 2. 8100 feet of turf 630 feet of edging 15 evergreen shrubs about 24", though 9 are dead and will need to be replaced 16 36" evergreen shrubs 21 Deciduous shrubs 140 - Trash 900 - Grass 1120 - Shrubs (twice/year on evergreens, four times on deciduous) total: 2160 7 months, roughly 300/month Am I at all off on this? I'm in near-west suburban Chicago. When looking at the amount of grass and the final prices it seems a bit off, but i've never really handled properties where there's tons of bushes. How's this looking?