Avoiding buyer’s remorse when purchasing a home

By Liz Roll from the FEMA Photo Library via Wikimedia CommonsWhen purchasing a home, hire a professional and thorough home inspection company to help find any flaws with the property. ■ Matt McPherson / Columnist As home prices continue to rise and available properties become more scarce, many eager home buyers are simply settling for what they can get. During escrow, buyers tend to overlook some very important issues during the due diligence period in an attempt to close escrow as quickly as possible and move into their new home. Buyer’s remorse occurs more frequently in this extremely competitive market and can have a serious impact on your personal enjoyment of

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