The step-by-step plan to get rent assistance during the pandemic.

This instant access webinar gives you the step-by-step plan to negotiate rent assistance with your property manager or landlord.

1. What is the common mistake most tenants make when approaching landlords for help?

2. What is the best way to approach your property manager or landlord?

3. How to present a “win-win” proposition for your landlord.

The author of Negotiating Commercial Leases & Renewals for Dummies, Dale Willerton is known as the Lease Coach.

In this 30-minute webinar, he lays out the step-by-step plan to renegotiate your rent to help offset the Coronavirus pandemic effect that forced many small businesses to close.

Disclaimer: This program will improve your chances for rent assistance but we can not and do not guarantee any results.  

What you will learn in the information packed webinar.

How to approach the landlord

Learn the best way to contact, document, and negotiate a new deal on rent.

How landlords value tenants

Not all tenants are the same. Find out what leverage you have.

Real client case study

Listen to actual email exchanges with property manager to renogitate rent due to the pandemic.

The most common errors

Learn exactly what you DO NOT WANT TO DO and then learn what to do instead.

Learn your options

Do you want:

  1. Rent relief?
  2. Rent abatement?
  3. Discounted rent?

The land lord's response

What landlords will ask you that you will not expect and how to respond to it.

What you are up against

Who the landlord is willing to help and who he/she is not. How land lords value tenants.

How to confirm verbal agreements

Learn how to balance email and phone calls when negotiating

Access this 30-minute webinar for a one-time payment of just $7 with a money-back guarantee. 

Get instant access to this important webinar before your next rent payment is due for $7.

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