In this two-minute read, we look at avoiding regret when it comes to buying or renting a new home.
We’ve all had it – that gnawing sense of buyer’s remorse when we’ve made a purchase.
It could be the make of that new car you’ve ordered. Or the colour of that dress that looked good online, but will it have a wow factor when the delivery driver drops it off?
Or something as simple as ordering a dish in a restaurant that you suddenly wish you hadn’t as your friend’s requested meal sounds infinitely more appetising.
On a more serious (and expensive note), according to research by insurance company Aviva, over a quarter of people who bought a home during the pandemic now have some regret linked to it.
It was either the cost, location, or the property itself that created the nagging feelings of doubt.
The good news is the risk of buyer’s or renter’s remorse can be reduced by following these nine simple steps.
And remember, it’s natural to have second thoughts about something as big as moving home – so don’t beat yourself up about it. But by taking a little more time and applying some more research, you’ll be more confident and comfortable about moving.
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