How To Negotiate The Best Price | Part 4 | Property Investing

There are really only two types of markets for a property investor. 1. Super hot (a seller’s market). 2. Super cold (a buyers market).

After buying over $300,000,000 worth of real estate over the last six and a half years I’ve learnt a heap of lessons about negotiating.

The first lesson is to understand if you are in a hot or a cold market. In this video, Simon and I explain exactly how to negotiate the best possible price in a hot or cold market.

The next 18 months are going to be a buyer’s dream. Get ready.

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Ben founded Pumped On Property after building a multi-million dollar property portfolio over a 5 year period. His mission is to show you how to replace your income through property investing so you can do what you love…full time.

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