Why Should You Not Take 'NO' As a Short Sale Negotiator

Reblogger Mark "COACH" Collard
Education & Training with Keller Williams Realty East Valley & Synergistic Solutions

WOW!  Listen as Fred and Kevin, from Group 4610, Arizona's Premier Short Sale team break off the "NO" behind negotiations.   They get it...they have closed 305 transactions, ALL SHORT SALES, in the last 24 months. 

Enjoy!

Coach

Original content by Kevin Kauffman

20100426-RockClimbingFred Weaver and Kevin Kauffman, Short Sale Negotiators, talk about why they do what they do. Once you make a commitment to a home own, never take 'no.'

As a short sale negotiator your client, the home owner, is relying on you in one of the most difficult times in their life. You absolutely, positively, can not let them down!

REMINDER: Don’t forget to join Kevin and Fred’s Monthly Coaching – Wednesday April 28th.

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