I have always love the Lawn and Garden. I remember waking up on Saturday mornings helping my dad cut grass and then taking that long ride across town to cut my grandmothers. Hell, I started cutting grass for extra money when I was about 10 years old and I was known as the neighborhoood LAWN-KID. Those were the good ole days. My hobby has been noticed by a few people in my subdivision. I was outside aerating my lawn and some guy hit me on they shoulder and said, "You take very good care of your lawn. May I ask your name?". I took off my goggles and extended pleasantries to this unknown man. He said his name was Bob and he was the president of the Homeowner's Association. I smiled and asked if I could help him with anythinng. He began strolling across my lawn and he even bent to grab a chunk of grass. He chuckled and asked, "Did you know you're the talk of the neighborhood and people want to know what you do to keep your yard so perfect and so green" Well to make this long story short, he wants me to be primary lawn guy of the neighborhood. As we all know, people don't take care of their lawns and HOA has a hard time with these people. They are planning on adding lawn care to their package and they want me to do run the whole thing. I do this as a hobby and he wants me to do it for biz. What do you think? Should I do it? This happened about 20 minutes ago. Let me give you a break down of the lawns in the neighborhood. I am from Atlanta, GA. All of the lawns are bermuda and they are fairly new lawns. Our houses were built 2006 and some in 2007. Like most neighborhoods, you got some people that really take care of their lawns and some that don't care. They want every yard to look like mine but thats going to take some serious work. What should I do. Should I just start aerating and seeding every yard. What is my approach?