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How to Negotiate

Are you looking at buying or selling a home this year? I want to provide you with 2 important tips when it comes to negotiations. I believe that most people have uncertainty and fear that controls them from making crucial decisions in their life. I am here to eliminate that fear and provide you with certainty.

So what are those tips? Glad you asked friend!

  1. Do you know what the MOST DANGEROUS type of negotiation is? The MOST DANGEROUS type of negotiation is when you don’t realize that you are in a negotiation.
  2. When does a negotiation start? Negotiations begin the MOMENT you are in front of someone. The first event, the first encounter, the first time you meet.

I hope these tips provide you with clarity. If you are ready to buy or sell, please think of the Good Time Tommy team to be your preferred agent.

Everything we do, we BELIEVE in challenging status quo-we BELIEVE in thinking differently.

We combine our bold marketing movement with our ability to assist in regulating your emotions as well navigate you through the process.

Our mission is to take you from confusion to clarity and to position you in a point of leverage whether you’re buying or selling a home.

We are CERTAIN our system works. Are you thinking about buying or selling a house? The market is moving fast and I want to help you. What is stopping us from working together?

If you are ready, I can be reached at (615)-895-7677 and Tommy@GTTHomes.com.

#GTT

Tommy Davidson, also known as Good Time Tommy #GTT, is a real estate entrepreneur in Murfreesboro, TN. He focuses on building relationships and self improvement. Learn more about Good Time Tommy at www.GoodTimeTommy.com. Watch Good Time Tommy on his weekly shows called Real Estate 101 and Straight From The Gut.

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