Jon LaMonte's Blog Posts Tagged 'Objections' (1)

Getting Past the Cost Objection

It's amazing what excuses homeowners will come up with when it comes to avoiding spending money.  Even though I have found that most people in our field truly feel they are helping people, salesmanship (often uneasily) still comes into play based on homeowner perception of sales people (and based on all the BS that floats around out there do you blame them). Getting past objections can sometimes become an art form.

 

I recently performed a full energy audit on the home of a…

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Added by Jon LaMonte on December 20, 2010 at 7:00pm — 7 Comments

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