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Real Estate News from Jonathan Deak Stay Calm During a Home Selling Negotiation

Selling a home may seem exceedingly difficult, particularly for a first-time property seller. However, if you receive an offer on your residence that falls just short of your initial expectations, you may be able to negotiate with a homebuyer.

How you handle a negotiation with a homebuyer may dictate how quickly you sell your residence.

If you’re unwilling to understand a homebuyer’s point of view, you risk missing out on an opportunity to get the best results from your home sale.

On the other hand, if you stay calm throughout a home selling negotiation, you may be better equipped to understand a homebuyer’s perspective. This may help you find common ground with a homebuyer and ensure you can speed up the home selling cycle.

What does it take to remain calm during a home selling negotiation? Here are three tips to help home sellers maintain their composure throughout a negotiation.

1. Keep Your Emotions in Check

A home selling negotiation can be stressful. But home sellers who manage to keep their emotions in check can boost their chances of a quick home sale.

If you feel stressed during a home selling negotiation, don’t hesitate to take a step back and look at the big picture.

Remember, your ultimate goal is to sell your residence. With the lines of communication open, you and a homebuyer can work together to ensure all parties involved in a negotiation are satisfied with the end results.

2. Look at All of the Options at Your Disposal

If a home selling negotiation goes south, there is no need to panic. Instead, consider all of the options at your disposal, and you’ll be able to determine how to proceed from here.

For home sellers, it is essential to note that many homebuyers are on the lookout for high-quality

Learn how to make a needle felted owl

January 26 (rescheduled because of snow)
6 PM – 8 PM

The Easton Arts Center652 Morehouse Rd

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 Needle felting is a craft that uses a special needle and wool batting. Crafters manipulate the wool with their fingers and then stab it with the needle until it takes shape.

Seating is limited to 15 people. All materials provided. Class led by needle felting artist Kayleigh Mihalko. This class is suitable for adults and children 12 years old and up. Call or visit the Easton Arts Center to claim your seat.

Easton Police Department Activity Log

Motor Vehicles Entered:
On the morning of Wednesday, January 9, 2019 the EPD received two reports from residents claiming their vehicles had been entered overnight. In both instances, residents admitted vehicles were left unlocked.  The incidents occurred on Sunset Road and Hall Road.