Saving Money With Your Neighbors

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Depending on where you live, you may be in a good situation to save some money if you can unite some of your neighbors to use a similar service for common expenses. One of the first things that comes to mind is taking care of the lawn. You’d be surprised at how much you can save by having several neighbors decide to use the same landscaping service. Often times, a services-related business would like to consolidate accounts in clusters, so as to cut back on travel time lost. This really applies to many outside needs. Contractors for interior work are a bit different, unless you have neighbors that decide they all want to have their homes painted or need renovation work. If you pool your negotiating power, you can bid out the work from a position of strength. Plus, with the real estate build-out days likely behind us for a while, construction and other home-related work activities have slowed to a crawl. Of course, the drawback with teaming up your neighbors is that you are relying on them to be good customers as well. The concept makes sense financially, but you have to make sure the personalities will be able to mesh when decision time comes to choosing the service/companies you will be working with. One last note, you may want to decide on

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