Buyer’s Remorse: it’s a real thing.
Nearly everyone’s felt it before, but it’s usually a cheap and simple fix that involves returning the offensive purchase. But with a new home, you can’t just hand back the receipt and get a refund – once it’s yours, it’s yours, at least until you decide to sell.
It can be avoided, however. Follow this checklist to make sure you never feel that familiar pang of regret after you walk away with a new home.
1. Have you see the house more than once?
You might be able to get away with this if you’re lucky, but for added confidence it’s always a good idea to check out the potential home multiple times. See it during the day, but also try to see it at other times too – maybe the light in the morning comes through…