How To Know That You Have Found The Perfect Home

Dated: 05/17/2018

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When you're looking to buy a new home, the numbers are often the easiest part. You'll know how many bedrooms you can afford to get for your money. In fact, even if you're moving to Houston for the first time, you should have a basic insight into how much the cost of living might be. Where things get really tricky, is deciding whether a home is truly the "one" for you or just another pitstop on your buying journey.

Fortunately, there are signs that can help you to determine whether you've truly found the ideal home. Just like falling in love, finding the right property can be like you've been struck by a bolt of lightning. Here are just some of the things to look for before you apply for finance.

1.     Your Excitement Outweighs your Fear

Moving home can be a fantastic experience, but it's also something that's bound to cause a great deal of stress. Not only do you need to think about how you're going to sell your old home, but you also need to worry about things like packing, moving trucks and more. If despite all these concerns, you can't help but feel thrilled when you imagine yourself living in your new property, then this might be a sign that you're ready to take the plunge.

2.     You Compare Other Homes to It

Once you've found the perfect home, every property you see thereafter is likely to prompt you to compare certain aspects of the other home, with this new one. You'll find yourself referring to it all the time when talking about your options, and your mind will naturally go back to that home when you're looking for a yardstick to measure your decisions. If you feel this way, it's a good sign you should start packing.

3.     You're Constantly Coming Up with Reasons to Buy It

Sometimes, when we go to other people, like friend and family members, for advice, we're really looking for them to agree to the things that we already believe. If whenever you're talking to people about your home moving decisions, you find yourself explaining why a particular home is such a great deal, then you're probably already in love with that house. You may even find that every new visit to your Houston home gives you more reasons to buy.

4.     It's Got Great Bones

Finally, while no house is perfect, it's safe to say that some imperfections are much worse than others. There are certain things that are hard to change, like the layout of the property, or the surrounding garden. Once your real estate agent shows you something that fits the picture you had in your head of the perfect home, it will be difficult for any other property to compete.  Whether you fall in love with the location, the open-plan kitchen, or the large windows, it will be hard to let go, particularly when you can't find the exact same features anywhere else. When it comes to finding the perfect real estate property, sometimes you just know.

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Jared Anthony

As a full time professional real estate agent & former airline pilot, I pride myself on offering superior personal service before, during and after your transaction. Knowledge, commitment, honesty, ex....

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