My agent only showed me four homes, before she asked which one we were ready to put in an offer on. She took us out only twice and showed us two homes each outing.
After I became an agent, I learned that her broker trained his sales people to only show a buyer four listings then get them to write an offer on one or more of them.
I love my home, but feel we made our decision too quick.
This is why as an agent I spend a bit more time with my buyers.
Kawain Payne, Realtor
My second house was a spec house and bought to be finished and flipped..which I did, made a bit of money
Third house...now that was a house I really enjoyed. I should have purchased it with a different loan and different terms.
My fourth house is coming up this summer or fall, we will see....
All kidding aside, I would start by hiring a professional I have researched and met to establish a directed working relationship with. Buyer's have a right to be picky and deserve only the quality of professional they seek out. If you found your agent simply because they had a pulse and a key to the front door, then you get what you asked for.
Make sure you are asking your agent "what are you going to do for me if I make the commitment to hire you"? Most will not have a well thought out answer, because the average buyer does not know what to ask or what they deserve. Kind of like, you would not know to order a filet mignon if you only had hamburger.
Location, Environment, Lifestyle, Commute, Size, Features... these are all things that the buyer can figure out based on what they want. All of these items change periodically and can explain why you no longer want a house. But to protect yourself legally and elevate your experience at no additional money, hire an extraordinary Realtor.
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