Avoiding Homeowner Regrets

Dated: December 20 2015

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HSH.com reports majority American homeowner regrets avoided through increased research, prior to purchase.

Let’s explore how to avoid common issues associated with buyer regret.

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Top 5 Homebuyer Regrets

  1. Size – 15.5%

  2. Storage – 9.2%

  3. Neighbors – 8.35%

  4. Bathrooms – 8.2%

  5. Education – 7.15%

How to Avoid? 

  1. No deals via ‘agent pressure.’

  2. Declutter your home.

  3. Realistic bathroom ratios [1 BR per 2-3 people, maximum].

  4. Introduce yourself to neighbors, converse.

  5. Utilize education resources online & arrange in-person visits.

Bottom Line Takeaways.

95% survey respondents experience regret occasionally. 

33.6% of Americans would NOT buy their current homes again. 

Don’t become a victim of haste! 

Do research, know priorities & partner with agent who earnestly represent your family’s needs. 

We pride ourselves on this approach. Explore our team & their respective strengths.

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Boots Levinson

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