If you are a buyer in the current market you may have had a few disheartening experiences. Your offer wasn't accepted, you didn't get it in fast enough or homes are selling before they even go on the market. I am hear to tell you there is hope!
If you are currently looking for a home or are planning to become a buyer soon there are a few things I want to tell you. First, don't sweat it! There are more homes coming and there is no need to think the one home that you didn't get to see was the one. There will for sure be another one! Second, remember that homes and prices are in flux. There are more coming and prices will start to fluctuate more. As we move closer to the school year things will change a bit. Its important to remember the right home will come along you might just have to take a deep breath and wait a little longer. Third, take a look at those requirements. Are you being realistic in your needs? So many times clients move a bit further or in a direction they had previously not considered and found the home they had been searching for.
Lastly, make that offer! Do not hesitate too long when you are viewing homes. I always advise my clients to have the earnest money check with them and be prepared to talk shop when looking at the home. Make sure all decision makers are at the showings you do not want to loose out on a home because you need a second showing. Make the offer and make it fast!
Author:Jacquelyn Carlson Phone: 763-442-7197 Dated: July 11th 2016 Views: 113 About Jacquelyn: I am in my first year as a buyer specialist with the Steinbach Home Selling Team.
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