I've seen a thread on trailer parks before, and many trailer parks are messy/trashy, but theres a rather nice trailer park in the area with both single and double-wides. Many seniors live in this area, and this is a deed-restricted community where they are strict as far as appearance and maintenance of the community. These lawns are small, and this community has 2,000+ lawns. Each lawn would take an estimated 6-8 minutes, and i'd be charging about $10-15 per lawn (I feel like a lowballer throwing out these low prices, but these lawns are really, really small.) In addition, the lot rental management would like to pay me $25 to cut lawns that have not been maintained by the homeowners/renters (lawns that reach 5+ inches without being cut). Management would be paying me directly, and they bill the homowners along with the lot rental fees. My question is, does this seem like a reality? Should I bother messing with all these small lawns or should I avoid them? I'd like some opinions before I go sticking flyers on everyone's door and before I complete a contract with the management of this trailer park. I haven't delt with trailer parks like this before. thanks!