If you experience love at first sight when shopping for new home, it’s probably worth a second look. A return trip might confirm it’s the perfect home for you or give you a chance to look closer and discover a few more flaws than you initially realized.
The current state of the housing market can lead to an exhausting process for home buyers. Don’t let emotion get the best of you when shopping for a new home. Falling in love with a home at the end of a long day, might be the result of exhaustion not real satisfaction with the home. You might see your potential dream home in a different light after experiencing the rush hour commute you’ll be in for if you purchase it.
Buying a home is a big decision. Even in a competitive market, it’s a good idea to take a second look.
Here’s another great article about the husband and wife dynamic when purchasing. You might find it useful.If you’d like to discuss this further, please reach out to me at 425-94106741 or firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to chat.
David has been selling real estate since 2006 and works with Patricia, his wife of 21+ years. A Pacific Northwest native, originally from Portland, he brought her back to the home he bought in 1987. As a former road warrior, David left corporate life finally with a title of National Sales Manager for a division of GE Capital. Transfers for business gave David the opportunity to understand the world of real estate rentals, as he was transferred only 6 months after buying his home. Owning it for almost 30 years, he has realized his dream of renovating the 1600 square foot rambler he bought so long ago. David always carried the dream of renovating the home and he finally convinced Patricia to his way of thinking. He says: “All’s well that ends well.”