All too often, buyers look at the “wrong” things when they look for a new home.
Important things, but “wrong” things.
Things they think are game changers, or life changers, often are not. (And vice versa)
Ask yourself: “What are the things that will change my life and my lifestyle for the better?”
Take a look into your crystal ball that shows the better life of your future.
What do you see?
The things you might see, are probably unaffected by the almighty important parameters you have given yourself.
The list of all-things-important-but-wrong will probably include:
- Real estate taxes
- Common charges
- Mortgage rates
- A fly by night amenity
The list of all-things-important-but-often-ignored will probably be:
- Closet space
- The closest food store
- Favorite restaurant
- Commute time
- Your community
It is important to visualize your new life in this new home and try to see exactly what it will mean.