These are some of my favorite go-to phrases when I’m negotiating on the phone.
Swipe them and use them to your heart’s content!
I would love to pay $100.000 for your house, nothing would make me happier, but unfortunately, with this market, I would be out of business if I did.
I like to move very fast. Is that okay with you?
For a quick cash purchase, you’re going to have to be competitive with the foreclosure prices.
Why would I buy your house for $30,000 more when I can buy the bank’s house down the street?
I know all the other investors in town. They are all going to be in the same ballpark.
I only have enough to buy one more house this month. I would really hate for you to miss out on this offer.
We have 100 people calling the office a day to sell me their houses. You need to make your price as competitive as possible.
“I don’t want to give my house away” I wouldn’t want you to do that either. What price would you consider giving your house away?
“I can’t do that price.” Well what price can you do?
If I came to your house with a suitcase with $100,000 would you tell me no?
A lot of my clients call my office and seem to be in a similar situation as yours.
And I still get Christmas cards from them because I helped them get their life back.
Retail sales in your area are typically on the market for 6 to 8 months. Can you wait that long?
What happens if you don’t sell your house?
Sounds like you’re really unhappy with your situation. Is there a reason you’re delaying your happiness? If I buy your house today, are you going to love me forever?