6. Take your time
Don’t be hurried or pushed into buying until you’re absolutely sure the property meets all your requirements.
Ideally, you’ll view a number of homes before facing the dilemma of comparing and making a decision.
Remember to explore the immediate neighbourhood to assess whether the local amenities suit your needs and, if necessary, check on the local schools.
One of the greatest challenges you’re likely to face when buying is an emotional attachment to a particular home.
You may find a property you absolutely love but try to think logically.If it doesn’t meet your requirements you’re very likely to regret the decision to buy it.
If it doesn’t meet your requirements you’re very likely to regret the decision to buy it.
Your list of nine wanted and unwanted features will help you here.
Try not to become too friendly with the seller as this might influence your decision and lead you to overlook faults you might otherwise have noticed.