The buyer offer is too low, can I reply with:
"I am willing to negotiate but I am looking for a fair price. A laptop priced under $300 is already a very good deal. ......"
Is there anything wrong with the above sentence?
Is there something called "give and take" during negotiation? I want to say something like why not we compromise each other and give and take, but I am not sure how to say it.
Last edited by goodstudent; 11-Dec-2011 at 15:29.
I want to say something like when we are dealing, we can deal by cash.
Let me know if these sentences are ok or there are better suggestions:
If we can come to terms to deal, we can make payment by cash.
If the deal is confirmed, we can make payment by cash.
If we agree to deal, we can make payment by cash
We also don't say "If we can come to terms to deal..."
Once we've agreed on the price, I'm happy to take payment in cash.
Once the deal is finalised, you can pay me in cash.