Monday, March 15, 2021 / by Mitch Stein
Unless there is a real reason for your concern, simply acknowledge that you are experiencing the stress that is associated with making a huge life decision such as buying a home.
To avoid this feeling, get to know your neighborhood before you buy. Visit during the day and at night. Chat with the neighbors. Before making any offers, prepare a budget and stick to it. You want to buy a home that will accommodate your family, but you want to make sure that you buy a home within your means.
If your offer is accepted, make a home inspection appointment to avoid any unwanted surprises. You may also want to purchase a home warranty if the seller does not provide one. This will offer protection on the major components of the home.
Understanding buyers remorse and why it happens can help you to work through it if you experience it.
If you have any questions relating to buying or selling a home, please give us a call at 909-255-1070.