What constitutes an unreasonable repair request? Here's how to prevent your transaction from blowing up
by Carl Medford | Nov 14
Whether it is posturing, stalling on purpose or issues that must be resolved, delays in the negotiation process can cause a domino effect for all involved
by Cara Ameer | Mar 6
The worst thing a negotiator can do is create an expectation of how an offer will be received
by Cara Ameer | Feb 6
Detroit broker Erica Collica learned early on that patience is a virtue when you’re building a real estate career, especially during negotiations
by Christy Murdock Edgar | Dec 26
Learn to tap into your ‘spider sense’
by Inman | Aug 21
Savvy agents use lowball offers as a starting point for negotiations
by Than Merrill | Oct 24
Up your chances of getting a great offer
by Than Merrill | Oct 11
An agent dad shares his tricks
by Phil Greely | Jun 19
Learn from a deal gone wrong
by Tim Burrell | Mar 30
Insights from experts can help agents and sellers price a property, but buyers will want second opinions
by Hank Miller | Jan 8
Broker Dawn Thomas shares insights from her more than 25 years in real estate
by Inman | Aug 23
Last-minute concessions can pile up unless you put a stop to them
by Bernice Ross | Apr 25