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While you are going through the home with the owner, you should:CorrectIncorrect
At the end of the home tour, ask the homeowner to sit down with you so you can review your proposal.CorrectIncorrect
When you explain your proposal to the homeowner, it’s best to:CorrectIncorrect
You meet with a homeowner who has been trying to sell his house for 6 months and has lowered the asking price 25% so that he’ll barely be able to pay off his mortgage.
How would you approach the negotiation?
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I would simply let the owner know how we are the perfect fit, as we want to prepare the best offer to help the homeowner to make as money as possible with the sale of their home. That is why a (fill in your strategy) may be the best solution, as it not only covers the immediate situation, but it also will provide them additional cash flow that will help them now and into the future.
This is the perfect win, win, win solution (lease or done-for-you strategy)
As you are walking out the door after presenting your proposal, you should:CorrectIncorrect