It’s one thing to have buyer’s remorse after you’ve bought a new outfit, but the last thing you want is to have buyer’s remorse when you have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on your dream home. Unfortunately, when buying property you generally can’t try before you buy and this can make the decision-making process even more stressful.
It is quite normal to feel anxious as to whether you have purchased the right property and whether you have possibly paid too much. This is where using a Buyer’s Agent can take the risk out of your purchase and ensure all the checks and balances are done prior to taking the leap of purchasing the property.
Buying your personal home is very different to buying an investment property and you will have a very different set of criteria and we strongly suggest that you try and future-proof your purchase as much as you can.
Make sure you consider your needs now, along with where you might be in five to ten years’ time.
Things to consider are:
- Are you going from a single person to a couple? If you are, then buying a one-bedroom home will only work in the short term.
- Are you going from a couple to a family? Local school catchments and proximity to schools will be a key consideration.
- Bus, Train or Ferry? If you rely on public transport to get to and from work, then the distance from these services will need to be considered.
Conducting due diligence on the property is one of the most important things you can do prior to signing a contract. From flood searches to seller’s disclosure you must leave no stone unturned.
As a Brisbane Buyer’ Agent and Relocation Specialist, we work with families and investors regularly, to help turn their dreams into reality. Each and every client is managed by one of our Directors and will ensure you receive the utmost care and attention. You can relax knowing that you are getting a Buyer’s Agent that is fully qualified, equipped with years of local industry knowledge, the most up to date technology and resources.
Let us make sure you don’t have Buyer’s Remorse.