How many times have i read on here, "i bid it low so i can get in the neighborhood." How freaking stupid is that? You pull up to a lawn, it clearly is a $40 lawn, but you bid it for $30 hoping to pick up mrs jones and mrs smith who are neighbors. Meanwhile, all summer long you are sweating your ass off, cutting a $40 lawn for a measly $30, and no one has even noticed you in the neighborhood. "i want to get in the neighborhood so i will cut it too cheap", is one of the dumbest things I have ever heard. Finally, a year later, mrs smith waddles over and says, "hey lawn boy, how much to wack down my weeds", and you say $40. Mrs smith gasps, and says, "$40?, mrs tuman here is paying $30, why is mine more?" To sum this up, it's just a bad idea to go into a neighborhood and bid low. You'll pick up customers in the neighborhood for doing nice decent work and for your dependability. Lawnboys aren't walmarts where they price some things low to get people in the store. you agree?