I'm glad to hear it is all going along great for you. My best advice to clients when it doesn't is that things happen for a reason, and perhaps this wasn't meant to be. The last great deal hasn't been made!
Best of Luck,
Maria E. Cipollone
1st Mariner Mortgage
This is why having a great relationship with your agent is SOOOOO important....
My Sellers and Buyers have so many questions during this time its not even funny....
I answer them to the best of my knowledge and keep everyone involved calm!
One client years ago I went to their house and brought them dinner, sat down with them and walked them through what to expect...they were so nervous before I arrived...when I left...they were so grateful. It is to be expected. Please...please be in contact with your agent during this time...that is what we are here for!
Both the buyer and seller are moving on to a new chapter in their lives, and yes, it is absolutely normal to be nervous. It sounds like you have a good agent, who can navigate you through any issues.
Everything is changing in your life, you are doing the unknown, even if you are just moving across the streets is would be completely different. Most likely you are not moving that close, so the you are worried about the demons you do not know, the house itself, will you like it, did you spend enough time viewing it, what about the neighbors, what about the schools, what about traffic, how long will it really take to go to the store when you run out of something.
The inspection came back fine, so you can be pretty sure the house will not collapse once you get there. LOL.
If you think you might the right decision when you choose this house, you most likely did. Try not to worry!!
This worry will last till a month or so after settlement, but it will fade, and you will forget all about it.
Enjoy your new home!!!!