No one can deny that raising funds from traditional sources can be quite a challenge these days. Thankfully, however, the new JOBS (Jumpstart Our Business Startups) Act made crowd funding a legal way to raise money from the masses.
Contrary to what most people believe, the initial price set by a seller is not always a final, immutable fact. Unless both seller and buyer agree on it, the price remains to be a proposition set by the seller. And you, the buyer, can negotiate for a better price – if you are
prepared to drive a bargain. So, how do you do it without offending or
earning the ire of the seller?