Power Negotiation - Secrets of the Pros Anyone Can Buy Anything for Less From Everyone [NOOK Book]

Overview

Being able to negotiate is one of the highest paid skills in the world. In 122 pages, this booklet shows you successful concepts and techniques used by the pros to reduce costs and increase profits in house-buying transactions.

SUCCESSFUL CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES USED BY THE PROS TO REDUCE COSTS AND INCREASE PROFITS IN HOUSE-BUYING TRANSACTION.

Welcome to the fantastic world...
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Power Negotiation - Secrets of the Pros Anyone Can Buy Anything for Less From Everyone

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Overview

Being able to negotiate is one of the highest paid skills in the world. In 122 pages, this booklet shows you successful concepts and techniques used by the pros to reduce costs and increase profits in house-buying transactions.

SUCCESSFUL CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES USED BY THE PROS TO REDUCE COSTS AND INCREASE PROFITS IN HOUSE-BUYING TRANSACTION.

Welcome to the fantastic world of Negotiation. No skill commands a higher compensation, yet relatively few people take the time to ever develop working skills as Negotiators. This means that there is still plenty of room at the top of the heap for YOU.

Negotiation isn't necessarily oriented toward the maximum advantage of one party or the other. Rather, it seeks to create the maximum SATISFACTION for all parties to a transaction. Of course there are situations in which one party is able to reap most of the real benefits of a negotiation. In such instances, it's a virtual certainty that there will never be another opportunity to negotiate with that particular party in the future.

So the art of negotiation is more complex than merely getting the better of another party. It aims to convey the maximum benefits in a series of transactions over a long period of time between parties. Or, in instances where the likelihood of future transactions is very remote, and in the absence of a true distress situation in which any negotiation is either token or non-existent, negotiating skills can readily translate into bottom line profits.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148516767
  • Publisher: Next Century Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/27/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 634 KB

Meet the Author

Learn from Jack Miller's 45 years of successful real estate investing experience.

THERE IS A SECRET TO GETTING RICH . . .

Anyone can learn how to get rich, but there's a catch. You have to understand MONEY--Why people spend it? When? How. Where? For What? You have to understand how a little money, plus time, can create a fortune for anyone. Test yourself. Do you know someone who isn't particularly smart or talented or energetic who seems to have made a lot of money, or who owns a lot of property?

My name is Jack Miller. I've been a successful real estate investor in single family houses for 45 years. I've bought, sold, leased, managed, built, exchanged, financed and owned several hundred properties. Real estate is the main source of both my income and accumulated assets, thus, I can speak from years of actual experience.

LET ME TELL YOU A LITTLE STORY. . .

Once upon a time I was 40 years old and out of work. I'd been an executive with a Fortune 500 company with specialized technical skills. Without warning, I suddenly became a casualty of a corporate downsizing. I had two teenagers at home and a mortgage. I'd placed my future into the hands of my employer and felt secure with a retirement plan which would provide enough money for a comfortable lifestyle, recreation and travel. Suddenly I was out of work.

IT'S TIME TO MAKE A DECISION FOR YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE

If you aren't 100% certain of your future financial security, it's time for you to make the decision to become financially independent. This will be an easy decision! Either you're happy with your lot in life or you're not! Either you've already provided for your family's financial security or you're willing to bet their lifestyle on your employer or the government. It's up to you to take action now before time passes you by.

Wouldn't you really rather control your financial future yourself? You can, as a real estate entrepreneur. Thousands have done it before you starting with little cash or know-how. They didn't have the advantage of being coached by someone who's been where you are now, and gone where you want to go; someone who can make it happen a lot faster than you think possible if you take his advice. It's your choice...

Make that first move to learn all you can about how real estate investing can help you achieve financial independence

See you in the winner's circle!

Jack Miller
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