Which matters most to buyers; a home that fits their needs, appeals to that guttural sense of knowing they are “home” or just the bottom line…a house (4 walls and a roof). It appears to me those buyers that utter phrases like “I only want buy if I can get a steal” are looking to buy a house not a home. These are not investors but rather families looking for a place to house their family but not a home to enjoy. They end up walking away from homes that meets their needs over a couple thousand dollars tops because they are unable to see the larger picture. In many cases they write offer after offer, never getting their first choice of home because they are more interested in low-balling all offers only to end up with a house they don’t love. What these buyers do end up with is bragging right; the ability to boastfully say I “I took this seller to the cleaners and look what I got” to their knowing friends that just roll their eyes. We get out of life what we put into life, period. Sad is the person that doesn’t get this.
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