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Tips to make home purchase buyer remorse free

Edgar Melo Jan-05-15 02:55 PM

You have been saving up for a few years and are ready to buy your first place. You have been worried about making the wrong decision when it

comes the time to buy. How do you make sure that doesn’t happen?

 

After all the sacrifices, planning and persistence you have finally saved enough for a down payment.   Buying a home is the biggest financial transaction one will make in his life. So buying that first home will have a financial impact on your life for the future. How well versed are you in understating the buying process? Hence it is very important to find the right real estate agent who will invest time in you and show you the ins and outs of the process including understanding the details of a contract. Never sign anything without fully reading the agreement and no question is a dumb question.   Most people regret they had seen more houses before purchasing the one they did and believe it or not most bought a home without a home inspection probably were in a multiple offer situation. These are the biggest regrets most home buyers have.

 

These results are a telling reminder that a good understanding of the real estate transaction process can lead to fewer long-term regrets.  When you do start looking at homes, you’ll want to be well aware of your needs and wants and have

a clear understanding of how much you can afford. You’ll want to read and understand all forms and contracts before signing. And, if you have any questions or concerns, it’s important to get them answered before signing on the dotted line.