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Posted on Right time to ask for a deposit?

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#1 posted 09-08-2009 11:52 PM

I agree please don’t allow any ambiguity to develope, or come, into this it will only cause problems with misunderstandings later on.Just be firm but polite and set out your stall right away keeps both you and the customer on the right and same footing good luck. As for deposit whatever you think is fair and agreeable do so in writing have a contract drawn up keep it simple.let them know that if the don’t pay the final or any part of the payment the property remains and becomes legally yours and is resellable without refunds. Alistair

-- excuse my typing as I have a form of parkinsons disease


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