Appropriate Pricing Moves Properties


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Listing a property for the highest possible price may seem like the best course of action, but more often than not it will deter buyers and negatively affect the final sale price. Establishing the price in line with comparable properties in the area, or slightly lower, will help move the property faster with less cost to the seller.

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It Works for Potato Salad, but Will it Work for Property?


Type “crowdfunding” into any Web browser and you’ll see dozens of results pop-up: Indiegogo for a vegan filmmaking challenges. Crowdwise to save the Hebridean whales. Kickstarter for potato salad.

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Why Playing Fair Can Get You Far


The business landscape is competitive. The line between ethical and unethical can often become blurred. There is a big discrepancy and ultimately a determining factor in reputation, of how one sees the difference between the two. With the rate new businesses and competitors are emerging, there is a rising concern from established companies that they must do whatever they need to in order to sustain their place in the market. Sometimes, though not always, this leads to a one-sided result that is achieved by not taking the high road or considering the repercussions.

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What you should be considering besides the building and price when looking for a new space


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Ten Tips to a Successful Negotiation


TAG completes dozens of successful negotiations every year (over $30,000,000 worth of transactions in the last 2 years!) because we know the market better than anyone else and we understand how to work with others. Here are some tips you can use with your negotiations:

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