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The hidden motives of the participants in the transaction make it difficult to write a clear plan of action. Because of this, the trade often moves in the wrong direction

It often happens that a married woman begins to fear for her future: “If my husband leaves, what will I have left?” Then she goes with a proposal to her husband: “Let's not keep money in the account, but buy a small apartment for rent. Let’s issue it to me, and I will deal with it.” The ulterior motive is financial security in the event of a divorce. This will lead to the fact that in fact the transaction will go on the wrong track. The wife will choose an apartment not for rent, where “payback” and “profitability” are in the first place, but for herself for life. If such a request is processed by an inexperienced real estate specialist, he will not be able to correctly diagnose the need and motives.

Therefore, the purpose of the transaction is prescribed after its participants come to a common denominator. As a result, you realize that you will be comparing. At the comparison stage, you will compare your financial capabilities with what you saw, and mark those options that, according to the goal, do not represent the value compared to the price that is asked for the object.



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