While I have placed a bid on a house, I still continue to look at other houses on the market. My biggest fear… buyer’s remorse, how do I know I have picked the right house? There was a house I hoped to bid on and waited too long… so this one I didn’t want to make the same mistake. While I have looked at it three or four times before I placed the bid. I hope I have picked the right house. But the buyer’s remorse is in the back of my head. I wondered how to make it go away… thanks to my ever faithful Google, I found out… First, I need to stop looking at other houses. Then I need to look at my wants and needs list and determine the following, does the house I am bidding on include the most important things on my list (check), what qualities made this house stand out from ALL the others I have looked at, did I find many houses that met my needs or is this “the one,” if I back out of the bidding/contract is it realistic to think I will find a better house, and has the house changed from when I placed the bid. Looking at these questions, helps put my buyer’s remorse fears at ease.
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