Avoid buyers remorse

Managing Real Estate Broker with John L Scott #86099

Things to ask yourself as you go thru the buying process- 

  1. Does the home include the most important things on the list?
  2. What qualities made the house you chose stand out from the others you looked at?
  3. Did you find many houses that met your needs or was this one a rarity?
  4. If you can back out of the contract, is it realistic to think you will find a house that's "better?"
  5. What was special about the house just a few days ago and how has it changed--really changed?

Analyzing the facts that lead you to the home will help you sort out your feelings about the contract. Was it truly a poor choice or would you be nervous moving forward on any house?



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Robin Dampier REALTOR®
Coldwell Banker King - Hendersonville, NC
Hendersonville & Western NC Real Estate Source

Buyers remorse is definately a serious and unfortunate issue.  So much depends on how the selling agent has prepared thier client for "Buyers Remorse" symptoms and how to deal with them.  Buyers remorse is normal.  How it is dealt with is not!

Some buyers just shouldn't be buying and there are the buyer's who just remorse over and over and drive themselves nuts with worry that there may be a better prospect home waiting for them.

Sue of Robin and Sue

Apr 26, 2010 07:24 PM #1
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