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Types of Money Objections: Budget Pushback

Types of Money Objections: Budget Pushback

What the buyer says: “It’s not in the budget.”

What it means:

(a) It’s true, and they’d like to see what can be worked out.

(b) It’s true, and they’re using that as a bargaining chip.

(c) It’s not true, and they’re just saying it.

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