Real Estate Negotiation: 2 Profit Maximizing Tips

Real Estate Negotiation Tactics Revealed

Does the thought of giving up your hard earned equity to a money hungry buyer leave your stomach in knots? You are not alone in your frustrations with our current housing market. Nothing is more frustrating than negotiating a contract with greedy buyers who know they have the upper hand because of our current housing slump.

What can you do to preserve your hard earned equity during our recent economic downturn? I am going to unveil two little known strategies for maximum equity preservation during the negotiation process.

Strategy #1 Plant negotiation seeds early- You need to face reality, the current housing crisis has left homebuyers at a major advantage when it comes to the negotiating on the price of your home. It will be important for your to counteract a greedy buyers sense of power, I recommend using subtle hints of other pontential buyers from the very beginning. Leave these buyer hints before you know that a potential buyer likes your home. Once a buyers reveals their intentions of buying your home, it will be too late.

Strategy #2 Keep your mouth shut- Buyers who are well versed in the home buying process will do their best to get your talking. Why do they want to hear you talk? Buyers know that if they can uncover your motivations for selling, then they stand a chance to steal your home right out from under your nose. I advise limiting the conversation only to questions about the home. Stay away from questions about your reasons for selling and your financial information.

Following these 2 simple but effective Real Estate Negotiation strategies for preserving your hard earned equity will keep you one step ahead of greedy money grubbing home buyers

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