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How to Find and Buy the Perfect Home for You

Have you ever heard the phrase “You don’t know what you don’t know”? This phrase is especially applicable when buying or selling your home. Because buying or selling a home is something that most people do only two or three times in a lifetime, there are things that they’re completely unaware of.   They simply don’t know what they don’t know. These free weekly email tips will make it so much easier for you to avoid making costly mistakes.  They’re free because it’s my way of adding value to your life – whether we choose to work together in the future or not. Here is my first tip. 

Use Your Head, Not Just Your Heart  Buying a house just based on emotions has the potential to break your heart. If you fall in love with something, you might end up making some pretty bad financial decisions. There’s a big difference between your emotions and your intelligence. Relying on your intelligence means that based on all the information available, you recognize that you’re getting a great house for a good value. Going with your emotions is being obsessed with the paint color or the backyard or the cosmetics of the house. It’s an investment, so stay calm and be wise. Remember, there is ALWAYS another house out there. As your consultant, my responsibility is to help you balance emotions, instincts and common sense. When you are ready to sit down together I can ask you the type of questions that will help you clarify your values, because when your values are clear, your decisions are easier. In the meantime, if you see a sign or a home online that interests you, feel free to give me a call. I can usually find out why the seller is selling and what the facts are that are not readily available to the general public. 

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