If there was huge competition for a property, the buyers loved the property, and it looked good to me, I'd suggest that the buyers make an offer but with all appropriate contingencies in place (not too many, though, if there was a lot of competition for the property).
On the other hand, in a case like yours, no. New home construction generally doesn't create that same frenzy of excitement. And I'm the type of person--personally--who likes to think things over, to weigh the pros and cons. I've gotten used to salesmen telling me, "This offer is good only for so long as I'm here" or "This offer is good only for long as you're here." Tough. Then I definitely pass.
Different Realtors have different styles and approaches. It's very important that the Realtor's style mesh with that of his/her client. I would have handled it differently. But you've bought the house now. Try to appreciate its good elements.
Hope that helps.
I'm sorry that you felt pushed into the purchase of your home by your Realtor. But to answer the question, yes, I have often had buyers want to write up on offer on the home that they say they loved on the same day that they saw it. I have met a buyer at an open house, showed them four homes in 2 hours and they wrote up a contract on the first home that they saw. Many years later, they still love it!
In your situation I would want to ask you, "did you go to the home inspection?" If you did, that would have given you another opportunity to check out the home again for a few hours to see if it was really the right home for you. Also, if you had any doubts within the first few days after signing the agreement, you could have gotten out of it. No builder wants you in a home that you hate because in the long run, word of mouth advertising is everything.
Pushing buyers into a purchase of a home that we don't really think they love isn't what most Realtors want to do. We want our buyers to be so happy with our services that not only do they use us again in the future, but they refer all of their friends, family and co-workers to us. My buyers and sellers have said this about me:
In your case, your Realtor just may have misread your cues.
I hope that you come to love your new home or are able to sell it for a profit in the near future.
It would depend on what the situation is. Is it a good deal that is not common in the area, price range and size of home. Are you in time sensitive situation? If none of these apply then probably not in todays market you usually have time to look around maybe go and look at the home again. You have the final say as a consumer it is your money and a huge decision.