No one wants to contract a case of buyer's remorse. You know what I am talking about. It is that feeling that you've either paid too much or received too little. In most cases, there is no recourse for the buyer to receive recompense once the contract has been signed.
If no one wants to catch a case of buyer's remorse, why are there so many people out there who suffer from it? The answer is simple, most of these people are engaged in a transaction without enough knowledge and information.
The best way to make sure that you choose the right home is to properly prepare yourself. The purchase of a home is a tremendous investment, both monetarily and emotionally. The purpose of this page is to provide you with some tips that will help your transaction progress smoothly and result in you being a happy homeowner. I can make that happen.
1. You will know in advance what your payment will be
2. You won't waste time consideing homes you cannot afford
3. You can shop in advance for the best loan program.
4. Sellers will respond more favorably to your offer to purchase with a lender's pre-qualification
5. Buyers aren't considered serious until they take the pre-qualification step.
Ask Questions No one knows the home better than the seller of the property; however it is not always in the seller's best interest to disclose all the information. If you find out the seller's motivation for selling you might be able to negotiate a better deal on the home. Try to find out the last time service was performed on the roof, furnace, and water heating. Asking the right questions now can end up saving you a lot of money in the long run.