I have the opportunity to bid on this 93 house development. This will be the largest I've ever bid on and just want to get some opinions on it. This is not really a HOA. More like a public housing authority. All homes are right beside each other. 5 houses are yet to be complete. Estimated completion on these are before the 2010 season. I just got wind of the bid so I didn't have time to measure every property but from what I did measure, they are all pretty much the same. The average turf size for all the homes is 9300 sqft. All relatively flat. with homes in the center of the property. No gates. Really simple layouts. To be cut every 7-10 days April - Oct. And as needed in off season. Mow, trim, edge, blow, trash clean up. I used 36 cuts. Apply mulch at least once per year. They supply the mulch. (I multiplied 1 application x 1.5 to be safe) Bed edging, weeding and maintenance gly spray included. Averaged at 2 cubic yards of mulch and 40 linear ft of edging. Trim shrubs and trees up to 10ft as needed. Not much to trim at all. Maybe 5-6 to trim per property and all are small. Soil Tests in each lawn. Lime, fert, seed 2x a year. Aerate 2x a year. Nothing is irrigated. So what I came up with is approximately $123.33 per unit a month for full service lawn care excluding mulch material. Realistically, in your past experiences, how many of these homes could you do with a 3 man crew in 1 day? I'm estimating it will take 3 days to do them all. New equipment would be bought to accommodate the properties. I probably left some things out. Just let me know what info you need. Thanks in advance. And for those who play inspector. Yes I am licensed. Yes I pay taxes. Yes I have insurance and w/c.