Buying a house is the largest purchase most people will ever make so it is usually accompanied with some level of stress.
Reducing that stress is possible through approaching your home purchase in an organized and structured way. What makes the market especially tough on buyers right now is the fact that it’s a sellers’ market. Houses (especially the good ones) do not stay on the market very long and often your decision to buy or not buy a property must be made pretty quickly…many times in a day or two, sometimes even hours. The average trip to the mall is 1.5 hours and average money spent during that trip is about $105. So, if it takes you 90 minutes to figure out how you want to spend $105 dollars, no wonder it’s so difficult to make a decision in a day or two on a 5, 6, or 7 figure purchase!
Over the past 10 years of working with buyers (and sellers), I’ve found the following to be true: 3 tips on how you’ll know you’ve found the one: