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How do you leverage incentives to sell?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Franco Oyuela Mar 4. 4 Replies

So… knowing that incentive programs and rebates are often not a primary driver of home performance sales...I’m curious how contractors HAVE effectively used high efficiency incentives and rebates as…Continue

 

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Jesse Smith replied to Coby Rudolph's discussion How do you leverage incentives to sell?
"In my opinion, home performance sales are significantly driven by rebates and incentives. It would be interesting to evaluate the relationship between rebate levels and participation. My guess is that the relationship is very close, with higher…"
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"you mean "arrow in your quiver"?"
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How do you leverage incentives to sell?

So… knowing that incentive programs and rebates are often not a primary driver of home performance sales...I’m curious how contractors HAVE effectively used high efficiency incentives and rebates as a arrow in your quiver to increase close rates, sell deeper/better projects, etc. Could be from programs, manufacturers, special financing like PACE, or others.How/when do you first communicate with your customers about incentives or special rebates?Do you adjust your proposals if there are lots of…See More
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At 12:28pm on October 30, 2018, Diane Chojnowski said…

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