You’ve been searching for the perfect piece of real estate for some time. Finally, something has come up and you’d like to put an offer in.
After you’ve expressed interest, is it too late to walk away? What might cause you to back off from a deal in the first place?
Warning signs about the structure
You’ve taken in as much as you can during viewings of the property. Nothing has jumped out at you, but there are certain areas you can’t fully access. Generally, purchasers have an independent third party, such as a surveyor, carry out a thorough inspection, to look out for any potential issues.
You’ve received a report back, and it’s not good news. The surveyor has found issues with the structure of the building as well as electrical faults. If you’re made aware of such problems, it might be worth taking a little time to regroup. Are the problems fixable? Will repairs cost you so much that it makes the deal poor value?
The price doesn’t seem right
You love everything about the property other than the price tag. The realtor ensures you that it’s good value for money. However, they might be biased and have ulterior motives. What is the going rate for similar properties nearby? Is it really feasible for you to obtain a mortgage for this deal?
Acquiring real estate is a major decision that requires careful consideration. If you are confused as to whether it’s too late for you to walk away from a deal, make sure you get in touch with someone who can give you accurate guidance.