Here is the sixth and final installation of “Buyer’s Remorse” blog series. Each week we have gone into depth on our list of expert tips on how to navigate buyers remorse in the home buying process. Every home buyer will experience “buyer’s remorse” several times on their way to realizing that dream. This blog will help Triangle area home buyers understand what’s happening to them and how to move through Buyer’s Remorse.
6. After you move in to your new home – Remember you are in a new space so nothing is going to feel normal. Don’t be surprised if you experience one last bout of Buyer’s Remorse.
TIP: It will take a few days or weeks for your whole family to adjust to the new surroundings. Everything is different even the drive to work. Here are some final tips:
- Start decorating to make it feel more like your home
- Do something to celebrate. Pop the champagne or throw a housewarming party
- Take a breather like a weekend getaway. Moving is exhausting. It’s hard to feel happy and excited when you are physically, mentally and emotionally worn out.
- Feelings follow thoughts. Home buyers who think about the positive aspects of homeownership, who visualize a special future time in the home such as house warming party or holiday all say they experience less stress and more joy from beginning to end of their home buying journey.
Six Most Common Times to Expect Buyer’s Remorse
After You Write An Offer After the Offer is Accepted After the Home Inspection The Final Walk Through After You Write the Final Check for Closing Day After You Move in to Your New Triangle Home
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