When to Say NO to a Deal

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New days are coming and that means that deals galore are around the corner.

Let's stay encouraged, there is so much opportunity in real estate.

As we work with our opportunities, we want to make sure we say no, to the actions and opportunities that do not serve us.

Setting boundaries is extremely important in real estate.

The art of saying no is so necessary.

Here are times when you should consider saying no.

1. When the Client is Confused

If the client is not clear on what they need, how can you help them?

This will cause annoyance and burn out faster than you know.

The way to avoid this is to make sure is to ask the right questions, and get the right answers.

If your potential client does not have the answers - politely decline and tell let them know how excited you are to work with them once they become clear on their needs.

2. When the Client has unreal expectations

If your clients has unreal expectations, it could prove to be a major headache for you.

Unreal expectations are the holes that sink the ship.

Unreal expectations are like the holes in the balloon.

It just won't last.

Make sure you are not giving your client a fairytale or made up something that would encourage them to have unreal expectations.

It may be challenging not to make something seem so much grander than it is, but in the long run it could get your deals lost or worse you could get sued.

3. When They Want You to Work for Free

We want to curb this and not do this.

Remember some people love to waste your time. Don’t let it happen to you.



Small Things Make a Big Difference

What are some aspects of deal making should you be saying no to ?

Different Point Of view

Don't let ego get in your way

The client may not be ready today, but they may be able to make a

deal in the future.

People may not always remember what you said, but they will remember how you made them feel.

We always want to keep connections,

We do not want to burn bridges however

May the bridges you burn on your path light your way


What Remains the Same

Going the extra mile will always be expected.


As always have a productive week.

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