When Buying a Home, You Don’t Get What You Deserve— You Get What You Negotiate

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How To Negotiate

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Preparation & Planning

The key to having a successful home buying experience is to have a plan for buying the right home for the right price. Our 15-page report gives you specific strategies smart homebuyers use when choosing a home, making an offer, and negotiating the final price.

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Our report, and the personal coaching we provide can help you develop a winning strategy, and the confidence that you will be able to protect your rights and interests in a home purchase negotiation.

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You can talk to your loan officer any time you need help getting answers to some of your questions. If we don't have the answer, we'll tell you where you can get it. And when it comes time to making an offer, we're happy to help you evaluate the real market value of the home you want to buy before you make your offer. We'll also provide you with a preapproval letter tailored to the amount you're offering, and we'll call the Seller's agent to personally make the case for the strength of your offer.
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Sneak Preview of our Report

Hundreds of hours and many years of experience went into the writing of How to Negotiate the Lowest Price for Your Next Home. We think you’ll love the common sense approach and the specific tips and techniques you’ll learn from this report, but here’s a sneak preview, so you can judge for yourself!

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Negotiating Tip #1

Know the neighborhood; Know the market.

Your first priority is to narrow your search to no more than a few neighborhoods that meet your most important criteria. Does the neighborhood contain the kind
of home you’re looking for (are the houses the right size and style)?
• Is the neighborhood conveniently located (close to your work, church, schools, shopping, and other important interests)?
• If you have school-aged children, how are the schools that serve the neighborhood? How do their test scores compare with the rest of the district?
• How safe is the neighborhood (how does it compare to other neighborhoods in terms of crime statistics)?
• What is the condition of the real estate market in the neighborhood? How many homes are listed for sale? How many of them sell each month? The relationship between sales and listings will tell you a lot about the market conditions – and that will help you develop an effective negotiating strategy.

Negotiating Tip #2

Know the difference between what you want and what you need.

Why do you want to buy a home? That’s a question only you can answer; different people have different reasons. Maybe this will be your first home, and you’re really excited about having a place of your own. Maybe you already own a home, but it’s too big, or too small, or you don’t like the neighborhood, or you want to be closer to work, or to better schools for your children. Maybe you’re looking at the purchase of a home primarily as an investment. Whatever your reasons are, it’s important that you be clear about them, because understanding your own motivation will help you be clear about what you need, and what you want in your next home.

Once you know your dominant motivation, get yourself a notebook (this is something you’ll use throughout the entire home buying process to keep track of important information) and write down a list of the things you consider to be your basic must haves in a home. (If you meet with me for a free, confidential Strategy Session, I will provide you with a notebook containing a manual with more than 60 pages of useful information about buying a home, plus a set of forms you can use in your home search and negotiating process.)…

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