The Negotiating Broker

John-Kavaller-X1The purpose of conducting real estate business centers on getting the deal done. Theoretically, bringing a willing seller and buyer together defines the process. Easily said, not so easily accomplished.

The execution and timing of certain sales activities central to closing is the meat and potatoes in the march to settlement. Having a great negotiator on your side maximizes your position in the transaction.

You need a competitive broker to work on your side. Be you seller or buyer, an experienced negotiator, with keen negotiation skills makes a tremendously positive contribution to your bottom line.

There is often a fine line between negotiating a great deal and losing the deal. Personalities often disrupt the smooth flow of the sales process. Your broker needs to have the sense to know when to back off and when to push forward or the deal will evaporate leaving both sides deflated and angry.

If you want to insure a smooth real estate transaction and maximize your gain, contact me for a free consultation. We render real service (not lip service), answer our clients quickly, set up showings in a timely manner, and truly practice the Golden Rule so you get the best price available in any given market.