Buying a Home in Salt Lake City, UT


Real Estate Negotiation Skills a Must for All Salt Lake Area Home Buyers, Especially in the Current Market

Salt Lake City, Utah Exclusive Buyer's Agent Benjamin D. Clark

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH - Benjamin D. Clark has been awarded the Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE) designation, achieved by real estate professionals who have successfully completed formal training in the art of negotiation.  Agents who receive this certification are in the top 1% of all agents nationally.

Buyer's agents with professional negotiation skills are much more likely to obtain better results for their clients. Agents with the Certified Negotiation Expert designation have a powerful competitive edge because of their ability to uncover information effectively, get more and give less during negotiations, and retain control over desired outcomes. 

The Bottom Line: CNE agents have the tools and the ability to influence and persuade others more effectively than agents without professional negotiation training.

The certification training is provided by Negotiation Expertise, LLC, a national negotiation training and coaching company based in Peoria, AZ.  Tom Hayman, the President and owner, is a professional negotiator with 35+ years of experience, including 25 years with Procter and Gamble, a Fortune 50 company. 

Hayman asserts “Any Buyer or Seller who hires a Certified Negotiation Expert can feel confident that they have the best trained agent in the business.  They will get superior results and have better resolution of any issues when hiring a CNE agent.”

Salt Lake’s Best Exclusive Buyer’s Agent just got better!

Buying a home in the Salt Lake City, Utah area? Make sure you hire a Certified Negotiation Expert on YOUR side of the transaction!

If you have excellent credit and will be buying a $250,000-$750,000 home within 90 days and want an agent working exclusively for YOU, call us at (801) 969-8989 or contact us via the link on this page.


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Comment balloon 6 commentsBenjamin Clark • October 13 2008 01:33PM


Its a cool way to promote your qualifications - through a blog! How will people know if you don't put it out there right!  They need to know that your an 'expert negotiator' - not everyone is! :-)

Posted by Liz Moras Migic, Chilliwack, British Columbia - Realtor over 11 years ago

Benjamin - Congratulations on getting your CNE designation. From looking at the back ground of your photo looks like you travel to Arizona, did you have fun?

Posted by Venancio Gonzalez, Longview WA Real Estate Broker - 360-751-4001 (Windermere Kelso/Longview) over 11 years ago


Thanks for your time on the phone just now.  I appreciate your focus on the business in front of you, and your consistent "call to action."

Mike in Tucson

Posted by Mike Jones, Mike Jones NMLS 223495 (SUNSTREET MORTGAGE, LLC (BK-0907366, NMLS 145171) ) over 11 years ago

Good information for consumers . Wish you good luck.

Posted by Gita Bantwal, REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel (RE/MAX Centre Realtors) over 11 years ago

I agree.

I have impression, that many newer agents do not engage in verbal negotiation at all....Yet, do you think, refusing to talk to agents who have potential buyers is in your client's best interest?


''Realtors shall cooperate with brokers except when cooperation is not in the client's best interest''~ NAR Code of Ethics, Article 3.


Posted by Inna Ivchenko, Realtor® • Green • GRI • HAFA • PSC Calabasas CA (Barcode Properties) over 4 years ago

Time has proven that the best outcomes come from face to face negotiations. Then verbal. Lastly, written. When you are limited to working with written negotiations, there are still tools and techniques you can use to work toward the best outcome. The Real Estate Negotiation Institute has special training just for this.

Posted by Benjamin Clark, Buyer's Agent - Certified Negotiation Expert (Homebuyer Representation, Inc.) over 4 years ago