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Home Buying Tips Concord NH

It can be hard to remain objective when investing in such a large purchase, such as a home. The danger of falling head over heels in love with a home in Concord is that you do not always make the best decisions. The best thing you can do is to start with your deal breakers, such as amenities you must have or absolutely do not want.

Century 21
(603) 225-3010
46 Pleasant St
Concord, NH

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Ciborowski Associates
(603) 225-7737
18 N Main St Ste 202
Concord, NH

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James W Corrigan Co
(603) 225-3801
6 Hills Ave Ste C
Concord, NH

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New Hampshire Fine Homes
(603) 556-7110
7227 Pleasant Street
Loudon, NH
 
Ken Jordan Realty Associates
(603) 783-4262
35 Morrill Rd
Canterbury, NH

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Exit 1st Realty
603-223-0021 Ext 302 603-738-8204
6 Dixon Ave Suite 201
Concord, NH
 
Dwight Keeler & Co Real Estate
(603) 226-0800
194 N Main St
Concord, NH

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Samaha Family Realty
(603) 225-2121
11 Madison St
Concord, NH

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New Hampshire Fine Homes
(603) 556-7110
7227 Pleasant Street
Loudon, NH
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603-783-0074 ext 17
156 West Road
Canterbury, NH
 
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It can be hard to remain objective when investing in such a large purchase, such as a home.

The danger of falling head over heels in love with a home is that you do not always make the best decisions. The best thing you can do is to start with your deal breakers, such as amenities you must have or absolutely do not want.

These are the opposite of needs and wants and can be the most important factors in which home you purchase. Knowing what you need and want will help you resist falling in love at first sight, which will in turn prevent you from buying the wrong home.

Be Aware of Buyer’s Remorse
Buyer’s remorse is a horrible feeling, amplified by such a big purchase as buying a home. And the questions of: What if I paid to much, What if I bought the wrong one? can be haunting. But relax. It is a natural feeling that will quickly evaporate if you have done your homework. If you thought long and hard about your purchase before you made it and knew exactly what you were looking for, then everything will be fine.

Tip: Be wary of buying for appreciation rather than livability because many homeowners find out too late that no amount of money can make up for a poor living situation.

Real Life Example
Robson and Christy set out to buy a home. They have looked at the pros and cons, including renovating their current home. They hoped in narrowing their search substantially, they would find the perfect home easily. They then found a tower built into a hillside with a cute porch and dreams of drinking coffee every morning watching the sun rise began to fill their heads. The problem was that when they looked at their list of must haves, the tower was lacking. So they waited and found a small home with plenty of space and a balcony where they could watch the sun rise. They have been happy ever since.

Remember to keep logic in mind when buying a home and be wary of falling in love too fast. This will help prevent buyer’s regret.

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