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Negotiation Skills for REALTORS® *4CE

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Negotiation Skills for REALTORS® *4CE

August 29 - 12pm - 4pm

Just imagine a Realtor® is in a situation where they want one thing, and their counterpart wants another. What to do? Challenge them to a duel? Although dueling days are past (whew!), there is a way to find a solution – and that is through negotiation. This course examines the art of negotiation and what it can mean for a real estate professional when practiced correctly. It will help Realtors® determine what negotiation is and how they can use it to find a solution.

In learning that negotiating is finding a suitable compromise while keeping the focus on what each party needs to get out of the situation, students will understand that negotiation is a valuable skill that can assist them in and out of work situations. Realtors® will learn about themselves to best understand how to negotiate with their clients. Best of all, it can help them earn more money and get the results they desire.

Objectives: By the end of this course the student should be able to: Provide an environment where the parties involved are aware of each others' needs and are willing to work together, bring to a conclusion a negotiation where each participant leaves satisfied with results, explain merit based negotiation and how beginning with a desired outcome improves the well-being of all participant, list the five power positions and how each can be used in a specific negotiation to achieve the desired outcome, and demonstrate six negotiating tactics that benefit the parties to the negotiation.

Instructor: Sal Di Stefano

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