Have you found the caravan you want to buy? If so, start preparing yourself for a good bargain. Learn the negotiation skills well enough before you sign the deal. If you are keen on buying a caravan now, there are ways to make sure that you get a good deal. Here are a few quick tips to negotiate for the right price. Be clear from the beginning A seller is never too willing to negotiate. You should initiate the negotiation. As a buyer, your first priority should be to find a caravan that fits your budget. Set the final budget and other requirements then bargain well. Do not be eager The moment you visit the caravan, even if you fall in love with it, stay calm. Do not give away how keen you are. Be ready to walk away at any point. Do not worry! This will not ruin your prospects. At least be firm on what you are asking for, which is, the offer price. Be realistic Offering a low price is sensible. Let them know that you are a serious buyer who will actually complete the transaction. Ask for a price which is negotiable, and that's how the negotiation process starts. If you start with too low a price, the seller may become disappointed. The chances of calling off the deal will become stronger. If you are good enough with your research and learn that the caravan is fairly priced, then offer just a little less than the listing price. Be open about asking for extras If the seller doesn't want to bring down the price, then instead of sticking to your offer price, ask for other things. Be creative with your offer. Close the deal If everything goes well, try to close the deal as early as possible. Do not forget there are other potential buyers in the market. They may be waiting to buy the same caravan.