Any time you make a major commitment, financial decision or move to the next step in your life, there’s a chance you’ll have regrets at the last minute. Just as brides and grooms commonly experience cold feet before they walk down the aisle, many a home buyer has found themselves sitting at the closing table, pen paralyzed over paper, mentally cataloging their last-minute regrets.
The first step in dealing with last-minute regrets is to understand that they are totally normal – even rational. The fact that you’re fixated on your deal, or that you’re scared you’ve made the wrong decision is a sign that you are treating this transaction with the gravitas it deserves.
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