Gavin Timms is telling you how to get creative in order to close more deals. When you position more options, you’re more likely to find something that is going to solve the seller’s problem and make you money.
When you first start working on an offer, find out why the seller is selling. Get to the core of their problem. Is it the house? Can they not afford their payments? Is it just that they don’t want to deal with it anymore? Whatever their problem or reason for selling is, use that to your advantage when creating your offer. If you provide them with options that are going to solve their problems while closing the deal, it’s a win-win.
Once you’ve figured out their problem, keep asking questions and gaining more information. You are going to be repeating this information back as you present options to them. Once you figure out how much they’re looking for out of the deal versus what you’re willing to pay, you need to present this carefully and strategically. Prepare the seller for the low offer so that you can work more options into it.
After you’ve figured out the price they are firm on, this is where you start using options to solve problems. Whether it be owner finance, lease option, or even a subject to. Keep it simple, have your numbers, and don’t share too much about what you can give them. That’s the key. You’re not hiding anything, but you’re not sharing information that’s going to work against you in negotiations.
At the end of the day, what makes a closer a closer is the ability to find an option that makes a deal work, and not just giving up when you get a no. Use the word ‘no’ to be more creative in your deals. You can solve sellers’ problems while closing deals and making big profits.
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- How to close more deals.
- How to solve sellers’ problems and make money.
- How to be creative and position more options.
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