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#452618 - 05/19/16 05:25 AM Negotiation question
Okeydoka Offline
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If your client says to accept an offer, would you ever try to negotiate for more with out her knowledge? My client said to give 1000 for repairs. My partner says we should tell the buyers 500 because he thinks we can get it. What are your thoughts?

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#452619 - 05/19/16 05:42 AM Re: Negotiation question [Re: Okeydoka]
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What would you do if that killed an otherwise viable deal ?

I'd clear this new starting point with the Seller first.
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#452620 - 05/19/16 06:03 AM Re: Negotiation question [Re: Okeydoka]
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Originally Posted By: Okeydoka
If your client says to accept an offer, would you ever try to negotiate for more with out her knowledge? My client said to give 1000 for repairs. My partner says we should tell the buyers 500 because he thinks we can get it. What are your thoughts?


so your partner is the seller/client and wisher their wishes as an owner to be conveyed?

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#452648 - 05/20/16 08:28 AM Re: Negotiation question [Re: Okeydoka]
David Hunter Offline
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No way.

Always get the sellers permission. Explain to them you'd like to come back at $500 and explain the "why" you think the buyers will take it.
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