I am amazed with my clientel of late. I have written two offers to purchase in the past couple of weeks and both have fallen out - mostly to buyers remorse. You can tell when there's buyers remorse going on - no one is getting fooled with crazy excuses.
Maybe it's me! I must not be conveying to my clients that this is a serious endeavor. Why put the sellers through the emotional upheaval of getting the offer and negotiating the deal, lining up attorneys and inspectors etc, etc just to say "We decided we don't like the area". Isn't this something to figure out before deciding on any home?
Sometimes there are very legitimate reasons for walking away from a contract. I understand that - I've been doing this for a long time. But lately it just seems buyers are not undertanding that this is not a game. Buying a home is a serious endeavor!