Negotiation Expertise as a Differentiator…

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Real Estate Sales Representative with for real estate results in the Tri-Cities.

John has the experience to professionally negotiate on your behalf.

Protecting your negotiation position is critical during a real estate transaction and John believes in upholding the utmost integrity and confidentiality during the entire process.

Successfully securing your negotiation position requires competent negotiation skills, so having a representative that knows what he’s doing not only ensures that your interests are met but prevents certain legal or financial misunderstandings.

John previously acted as Western Canada’s Purchasing Manager for a Canadian Crown Corporation, which even involved negotiating for intellectual property. His ability to execute high-pressure national agreements, with both domestic and offshore suppliers, speaks volumes of John’s ability to negotiate.

Wouldn’t you want a REALTOR® who can negotiate on your behalf when so much is at stake?

Whether buying or selling in the Tri-Cities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, or surrounding areas, you’ll have a competitive advantage having John on your side of the table.

 

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Rainmaker
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Liz Moras Migic
Chilliwack, BC
Chilliwack, British Columbia - Realtor

Always interesting when we talk about ourselves in the third person :-)  How are you doing John - how was your summer? :)

Sep 10, 2010 07:38 PM #1
Rainmaker
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John Grasty
for real estate results in the Tri-Cities. - Port Moody, BC
Your Tri-cities REALTOR, neighbour and volunteer.

Hi Liz, I've been prepping some value propositions for marketing so this is one of them.I'll be putting out a few more to see what reactions I might get.

I'm visiting family in Ontario right now and should be asleep. Summer was slow for business but I kept busy volunteering.

How was your summer Liz, and did you spend any time with your champion daughter?

Sep 10, 2010 07:46 PM #2
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Suesan Jenifer Therriault
JTHIS-Professional Home Inspection Team - Blakeslee, PA
"Inspecting every purchase as if it were my own".

As Liz pointed out it’s interesting when someone speaks of himself or herself in the third person, but it certainly got my attention. Nicely written, John.

Sep 11, 2010 03:29 AM #3
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Brian Madigan
RE/MAX West Realty Inc., Brokerage (Toronto) - Toronto, ON
LL.B., Broker

John,

I hope this generates some business. Negotiation is a skill, but it is one that many people often think they have, but really they don't have much experience.

Brian

Sep 11, 2010 11:25 AM #4
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John Grasty
for real estate results in the Tri-Cities. - Port Moody, BC
Your Tri-cities REALTOR, neighbour and volunteer.

Suesan: It is in the third person because this is for future marketing. Thank you.

Brian: Yes, this is one of the top three questions a Buyer or Seller should ask a Realtor during the screening interview. Ten years or more of 'same old' negotiating in real estate is not necessarily the best experience, and bartering in a Caribbean marketplace is hardly negotiation experience either.

I really appreciate you both taking the time to visit and leave a comment. Thanks.

Sep 11, 2010 05:35 PM #5
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