London, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/03/2014 -- "Outspoken property expert reveals nine negotiation techniques that will help property buyers acquire their ideal homes on the best terms possible"
How is it that some buyers are able to buy properties at better prices than others? How often do you hear buyers say "I can't believe that they accepted such a low offer on their house. If only I had known, I would have made an offer". The simple fact is that far too many people overpay or miss out on their ideal homes because they do not understand how to negotiate.
But according to Jeremy McGivern, author of the Prime London Property Puzzle and leading expert on acquiring residential property in Prime Central London, there are a number of simple strategies that are extremely effective. Surprisingly, Jeremy McGivern says that there are actually very few "born negotiators" and that the techniques he uses can easily be copied. What Jeremy reveals is not mere theory but strategies and tactics that have been proven to work over the last thirteen years of acquiring property in prime central London.
- The single biggest mistake novice negotiators make
- One simple "action" that has been proven to save tens of thousands of pounds before you even start to negotiate
- The key questions you must ask
- How to put forward your offer for maximum effect
- The "Psychic" negotiation technique which will give you the edge
- Why ultimatums are a mistake
- Why focussing on price is a beginner's mistake
About Jeremy McGivern
Jeremy has acquired hundreds of millions of pounds worth of property for his exclusive list of clients, negotiating in arguably the most competitive property market of them all. He is an outspoken, irreverent and amusing speaker and guarantees interesting and successful interviews. To arrange an interview on property negotiation or other topics relating to property call +44 (0) 800 389 4280 or email Rachael@mercuryhomesearch.com. He has appeared on television and in numerous publications including Bloomberg Television, CNBC India, The Financial Times, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Independent, The Evening Standard, Money Week, City A.M., Spears' Wealth Management Survey, Wealth Bulletin, Bahrain Confidential and Millionaire Magazine to name but a few.