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Home buying got you feeling like a college student taking a final that they haven’t studied for? Almost every home buyer feels stressed at some point in the home buying process. And according to Forbes, every 2 in 5 buyers described buying their first home as “the most stressful event in modern life.” Yikes. But there are things you can do to make the journey to buying a home easier and less stressful.

1. Inform yourself
The more you know about what you want and how you’re going to get there, the more prepared and less stressed you’ll feel. Talk to your friends and family who have recently bought a home and watch videos about the process. And get crystal clear on what you need in a home versus what you really want before you start looking.

2. Work with the right professionals
Buying a home is a team effort. There’s you, your agent, your lender, and all the other people supporting you. The quality of a team makes a major difference, so make sure your team is up to snuff.

3. Rely on your agent
Your buyer agent is there to help you, full stop. So use them! Whatever you’re worried about, they’ll likely have both a funny story and an answer.

4. Be Patient
The old cliche stands: patience is a virtue. Buying a home is a marathon,not a sprint. If the process is taking longer than you originally planned, it’s okay. You’re likely buying a property for the long haul, so it makes sense that the buying process would take some time. All the time you spend finding the perfect place for you is well worth it in the end.Keeping these things in mind will make your home buying experience so much easier. Still stressed about something? Give me a call and let’s talk it out.

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