The gung ho to buy, or even sell real estate jitters. It happens quickly and then the self doubt can creep in.
Some folks make decisions quickly that stick, last.
Don't make them wringing their hands together. No bead of sweat on their upper lip forming.
Or losing sleep at night over the have I done the right thing or not.
Others not so much with the worrisome nausea creeping in. Not laboring intensely with angst about whether this buying, selling of real estate is such a hot idea or not. Am I making one huge mistake and going to have major regret. Over the what have I done. How will I feel if I put off this real estate buy, purchase of a property listing.
After a little thought, time. reflection happens. To get used to the notion.
To buy, sell or not to buy or sell the real estate property listing. That becomes the question.
Life factors play a big part too and the longer the process takes, the more self doubt or reconsideration can wander into the room.
Timing is everything. Causing real estate buyer's remorse. Often it is a case of settling for the right real estate property and then what if a better one comes along?
Or does and starts to jam the radar and make the buyer just not so sure. To lose some of the warm and fuzzy feeling, glow.
A "I love the home but now not in love with the home" anymore can happen.
Often big factors outside the purchase impact it. Like pink slips for lost jobs. Divorce, health issues that all impact the being able to keep the payments going. The maintenance and responsibility a home, other property listings have attached to them.
Because a Maine real estate investment is one of the biggest in life, the stakes are huge. The recovery from a mistake not going to happen overnight quick. Or at all. Talking yourself in and out of a purchase, a real estate property sale can happen.
Don't force it, pressure makes the just want out situation explode. Like trying to put out fires using gasoline.
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