Reposted from activerain.com (Rebecca Foresee) on 8/2/13
What happens when your offer is not accepted? Rejection of an offer happens for many reasons and it isn’t pleasant, but the end result is the same – you need to find an alternative. More often than not, that means more internet searching and viewing even more homes for sale.
- Keep your pre-approval and proof of funds current (No more than two months old) so you’re ready to make an offer
- Think positively; it’s hard to see all the good when you don’t look
- Mind your health; get plenty of sleep and eat so you keep your strength up
- Take a few days off without looking; take part in an activity that recharges you for the search ahead
- Reevaluate your selection criteria; must you have a home built in 1492?
Maintaining communication between you and your real estate agent is critical in case a home opens up that is too good to pass by.
Oftentimes we find a home that will meet our needs but takes vision to personalize it. The only “perfect” home is the one you make.
Repost from Rebecca Foresee activerain.com