Home Buyer’s Remorse Is Real, Here’s How You Can Avoid It
July 24, 2018
You’ve done it before. You saw something in a store window that was way too expensive, but you decided to buy it anyways. Then, days later, you feel those pangs of regret. Buyer’s remorse is a real feeling we all experience. While feeling buyer's remorse over something like a jacket is one thing, it’s entirely different right after you've purchased is a home. Spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on a purchase you regret could be a very costly mistake.
Home buyer’s remorse is very real and something you need to take into consideration when you're looking for a new home. Unfortunately, when you’re buying a home, you don’t have the ability to test it out for a few weeks and see how you like it. So, you need to be sure when you take the plunge. You’re going to spend years in this home, make sure it's absolutely what you want.
Buying a home in Victoria’s real estate market can be exciting, but don't get too caught up in the excitement. To give yourself the best chance of avoiding buyer's remorse, watch out for these pitfalls before you sign on the dotted line.