A: I would love to rent out your apartment.
B: That's great.
A: How much is the rent?
B: The rent each month is $1050.
A: That's a lot of money.
B: Did you have a better price in mind?
A: What about $800?
B: That's way too low.
A: I can't pay much more than that.
B: How about $900 a month?
A: That would be fine.
B: Great. It was a pleasure doing business with you.
A: I think I may rent this apartment from you.
B: That would be wonderful.
A: Can you tell me how much I would have to pay for rent?
B: The rent is $1050 every month.
A: That's way too much.
B: What is good for you?
A: I can afford about $800 a month for rent.
B: That's not high enough.
A: How much more are you thinking?
B: I can let it go at $900 a month.
A: That's almost perfect.
B: I can live with that too.
A: I want to rent this apartment.
B: I'm glad to hear that.
A: How much are you asking?
B: You will have to pay $1050 every month.
A: I can't afford that.
B: What can you afford?
A: I was thinking $800 a month.
B: I'll need you to pay more than that.
A: How much more?
B: How does $900 every month sound to you?
A: I can live with that.
B: We have a deal then.