Originally Posted By: rray
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If you’re so busy that you’re turning away business and not taking credit cards, then don’t take credit cards. That’s the situation I’m in. I really enjoy not having any more fees to pay than I already have.
Now if you're just getting started, you have a double-edged sword. If you take credit cards, you might pick up some extra business. However, you also have to have the money available to pay those credit card start-up fees. They don't take credit cards to pay for starting to take credit cards. Go figure.
Home inspections. . . .
One home at a time.