Overcome Prospects' Objections to Lack of Storage Space

October 31, 2008
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One of the things prospects focus on when looking at a unit is how much storage space it has, says management expert Doug Chasick. Having ample storage space can mean the difference between a clutter-free unit that's comfortable to live in, and a cluttered one that's uncomfortable. Unfortunately, many tax credit sites' units lack ample storage space, which sometimes turns away prospects.

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