How would i start a security company for neighborhoods?

I currently work in security for a hospital and a college and im wanting to start my own security company (im currently a supervisor for a company but im not the owner). I would like to start with doing neighborhoods and gated communities, i know they have them cause i have been looking into the ones here in my area. I was just wondering how i could go about bidding and pricing for something like this. What kind of licenses would i have to have and what kind of insurance and anything else i might possibly learn would be of great help.

Asked By: vitalsign77 - 7/24/2010
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PRICING - Calculate your pricing for your services. You should calculate in the cost of employees, uniforms and vehicles. Check whatyour competitors charge. You may start out only serving your customers yourself, but eventually you will need to hire employees to cover all of the jobs that you will be booking... More
Answered By: Henry - 7/24/2010
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