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Negotiating Sales Price – 6 Ways to LOSE

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Properly negotiating the sales price on a new home purchase can be very exciting, or extremely frustrating.  Whether you’re new to the game, or a seasoned vet, it’s important to have a good understanding of the negotiating process.  I’m sure there are entire books dedicated to the “Do’s and Don’t” when entering into a sales contract.  Here are just a few highlights that can help you NOT feel like you just went 10 rounds with this guy…READ MORE

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David Harney

David Harney has a passion for real estate and home renovation. A native of Lindenhurst, Illinois, David moved to Michigan during high school then attended Michigan State University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics. He began his career selling residential and commercial construction supplies which allowed him to build solid relationships with home builders, designers, and architects all over the Northern Chicago suburbs. An entrepreneur at heart, David launched D Michael Development, a residential building supply company, focusing on kitchen design, windows, and renovation. Expanding his business focus, David became a licensed real estate agent with Results Realty in Antioch, Illinois. He takes the time to listen to his clients to find out their wishes for a property and enjoys helping them find the perfect home for their lifestyle. His experience with home construction and renovation, knowledge of the area, and his ability to communicate effectively with his clients makes him one of the most sought-after agents in the area. In his free time, David enjoys spending time with his wife and friends. He also loves to play golf and racquetball and going camping or fishing. “I make it a point to not take on more than I can handle which helps guarantee individual attention to each of my clients. It’s important to me that every client feels like they’re my only client.” – David Harney, Results Realty

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