Should I buy? Should I not buy? How will it benefit me? Are these the kind of questions that are running through your mind? It is perfectly normal to get cold feet during the home buying process. It is completely normal to be worried about a big purchase as a home. Even stress is normal. Buyer’s remorse can truly dampen your mood. However, if you learn about the process so all anxiety is taken away from the home buying equation, you will experience a true joy. When you have someone, like me, who educates you on the home buying process, answers all your doubts and connects you with the experts to have your worries addressed, you build confidence in the home buying process as well as in your decisions.
Remorse can also happen AFTER home buying. Remorse is a common feeling during and after the process unless you are well prepared. There are hundreds of questions that run through buyer’s mind at each stage of the transaction. Will I be able to make payments? What happens if I lose my job? Should I have my spouse on the loan or just on title? Should I spend money on inspections? What if more inspections are needed? How much am I spending before even I own the home? Most of these are common questions. However, the question to ask yourself as a buyer in REMORSE is “Are there true reasons for the concerns or is it just a case of Home Buyer Remorse?”