One of the most difficult parts of business is dealing with disagreements and finding common ground on an important deal or venture. Clayton Perlman has had to deal with these situations year after year while working in real estate development. He has been in the field for over 14 years and got his start in Northern New Jersey in 1987.
When it comes to developing real estate, Clayton Perlman has to work with a variety of professionals and workers to get things done and to have them done in the most professional manner possible. Sometimes disagreements occur. When that happens, Clayton Perlman has to rely on his ability to negotiate and mediate between groups with different interests.
Negotiation and mediation are tough skills to master. It takes a certain kind of person to have the ability to see both sides of a story objectively. When it comes to business, oftentimes people can appear cutthroat, but in reality can be coaxed to see a better, mutually beneficial way to reach conclusions.
That mutually beneficial conclusion or deal is what Clayton Perlman strives to find for everyone he works with when a complication or disagreement arises. In addition to his negotiation skills, Clayton Perlman also knows a great deal about acquisitions, risk management, equity and mortgage financing, project management, real estate law, and much more. Clayton Perlman brings all of his professional knowledge to the table when it comes to working out a deal that works for everyone. Clayton Perlman can’t think of a better field of work to be in than where he’s working now.