| by Kenneth Chase | 3 comments

How to Negotiate Your Rent


How to Negotiate Your Rent. If you want to renegotiate your current rent
or are looking to move into a new location, take action and be happy with your terms by
negotiating your rent. You will need Research Communication skills
Negotiating skills and alternative options. Step 1. Look in the newspaper, attend open houses,
and call a local realtor to find out the value of comparable rentals in your neighborhood. Step 2. Ask your neighbors or other tenants in the
building what they are paying for rent. Step 3. Talk to your landlord and negotiate the rent. Propose an offer, asking lower than you know
you will get. Do not accept the first offer. Step 4. Look at alternative options if you do not
get the rent you were looking for such as free parking or new carpet. Step 5. Ask your landlord if they will give you a
break in the rent if you pay before the first of the month. Step 6. Express your good qualities to your landlord
such as your good credit, timeliness, cleanliness, lack of pets or children, or the fact that
you do not cause problems, if applicable. Step 7. Offer a longer lease for lower rent. Landlords will not have to worry about cleaning,
painting, or getting another tenant if you are willing to sign a longer lease, and they
may be more willing to accept lower rent. Did you know According to Roger Dawson, author
of the book _Secrets of Power Negotiating_, 80 percent of concessions come in the last
20 percent of time left to negotiate.

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