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post #38 of Old 08-21-2013
Skipper Jer
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Re: An Excellent Condition, Turnkey Boat

Everything is negotiable. Some is better than none. And some employers do reduce
employees' salaries at review time. If the employee doesn't like it, he can walk. Its not cheating, the terms are known before the deal is agreed to.

That "lousy" $500 looks a lot better in my pocket than the brokers. And you know what else I've done in deals? I've (threaten) mentioned to the listing agent I could use a different agent to make the deal. He gets the idea that his commission would be cut in half if I do. So instead of his commission being reduced by that "lousy" $500 it would be
reduced by 2500. Hmmmm, my offer is looking pretty good to the broker now.

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