Friday, Dec. 4th @ 12PM Eastern

How To Get Your Offer Accepted In Multiple Offer Situations

A Word From Darryl

“Excellent negotiating skills mark the difference between a deal being made – or not. They mean the difference between getting the best possible financial return on investment for your client – or not. In today’s constantly changing world and virtually conducted real estate, those skills look very different than they did six months ago – and certainly, a lot different than those skills learned five years ago.

When was the last time you fine-tuned your negotiation skills? Have you changed your strategies and tactics to meet the market needs that exist right now? Are you coming from a place of confidence or fear when negotiations are on the line?

John F. Kennedy said -- 'Never negotiate out of fear, but never be afraid to negotiate.'”

Darryl Davis, Real Estate Coach

JOIN DARRYL FOR THIS TRAINING

During This Free Live Training, You Will Learn How to:

  • How to get your offer accepted in multiple offer situations
  • Communicate with next-level skills that effectively bring all parties together for a win-win
  • Use the fine-tuned art of persuasion to expertly negotiate in your client’s best interest
  • Write an offer that is specific, well-articulated, and win-able
  • Do the “Negotiation Dance” that will take you from contract to close with agility and grace
  • Use the 8-Step negotiation process to present offers to buyers and sellers
  • Confidently handle objections and concerns without getting rattled

WARNING: Space is limited and these LIVE trainings always fill up because they are significantly better than the information others charge you thousands for… even though they are free.

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