But aside of dollars and cents, there’s a whole other side to being ready to be a homeowner: the emotional side. It’s a big leap, and a big decision, and beyond being financially ready, you need to be emotionally ready to do it, too. It’s something I really enjoy talking with clients about — helping them wrap their heads around what home ownership can mean aside of a big purchase. Thinking about the human factors involved in real estate.
So, with that in mind, I put together my own quiz that digs into a few of the emotional considerations. If you’re wondering whether you’re ready to buy a home mentally and emotionally — not just financially — and want some food for thought, take a spin through it:
So how'd it turn out? Are you feeling ready to make a move? If you're set to hunt for that perfect home, I'd love to help — drop me a line!
Author:TJ Anderson Phone: 615-364-1530 Dated: February 3rd 2015 Views: 880 About TJ: TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a h...
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by TJ AndersonBy early afternoon on Friday, I’m feeling pretty good
"TJ is a true professional. My wife and I were looking for a home last summer, TJ worked very hard tracking down the sellers agents and even negotiated the price down within our budget. We actually had an offer in place when we decided to pull the offer (we got our heads back) at the last minute. TJ was unfazed (I would have been more than a little peeved if a customer was that close to purchase and then backed out) and took it all in stride. You can tell a lot about someone when things are going their way. You can tell even more about them when things don't work out.
I would highly recommend (and have recommend) TJ to anyone selling a home in the Middle Tennessee area. Zach D."