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How to make a salary counteroffer Ask for time to make your decision. ... Conduct research on industry compensation. ... Assess your qualifications and experience. ... Review and evaluate the initial offer. ... Determine your counteroffer value. ... Submit your counteroffer. ... Prepare for the employer's response. ... Negotiate the offer as needed.
Example: Susan Seller offers to sell her house for $150,000, to be paid in 60 days; Bruce Buyer receives the offer and gives Seller a counter offer of $140,000, payable in 45 days. The original offer is dead, despite the shorter time for payment since the price is lower.
As a buyer, you never have to respond to a seller's counter offer. Again, usually people do give responses, but you aren't required to do so, particularly if you lost interest in the home. If you let the expiration date and time pass, the counter offer is considered rejected.
I did want to let you know that I am considering a strong offer from another company right now. I have received another offer with a base salary of [$____]. I'm excited to be a part of your team and would be ready to accept your offer if you would be able to [MATCH OR EXCEED] this base salary.
A good range for a counter is between 10% and 20% above their initial offer. On the low end, 10% is enough to make a counter worthwhile, but not enough to cause anyone any heartburn.
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To foster a sense of competition, you should only accept offers after an open house. When making a counteroffer, put an expiration date on it to force a speedy response. If you agree to pay closing costs, then increase the purchase price.
A reasonable amount of time to respond to a counter offer is within 24-48 hours. This allows the employer to make a well-informed decision and also shows respect for the candidate's time. It might take a few days in certain situations, like when a budget needs to be approved.
Example of Counteroffer For example, a seller wants to sell a vehicle for $20,000. A buyer arrives and offers $15,000 for the vehicle. The offerer provides a counteroffer, asking for $16,000 with the objective of obtaining a higher price.
Example: Susan Seller offers to sell her house for $150,000, to be paid in 60 days; Bruce Buyer receives the offer and gives Seller a counter offer of $140,000, payable in 45 days. The original offer is dead, despite the shorter time for payment since the price is lower.
If there is any flexibility in the price, very often, the other person will drop the price immediately, or raise their offer immediately. If they lower their price in response to, \u201cIs that the best you can do,\u201d you then say, \u201cIs that the very best you can do?\u201d Ask, \u201cCouldn't you do any better than that?\u201d

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