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How to Avoid Buyers Remorse

By David Bell

Those looking at investing in real estate in Rockhampton can easily avoid the common mistakes made by people entering the property market by doing their research, not getting too emotionally attached and not overpaying.

1. Research

Prospective buyers need to research the property and should do building and pest inspections to avoid extra repair costs further down the track.

It is also essential to take a look at house prices in the area before jumping in with an offer, and it might pay to do some research on the seller – anything you can learn about their reasons for selling puts you at an advantage.

2. Don't get emotionally attached

This is a common pitfall those looking to buy or sell property in Rockhampton should be aware of.

If you find it difficult to separate your emotions from your business acumen, it might be a good idea to consider getting a friend or professional agent to represent you at auctions.

3. Don't overpay

This is what it all boils down to. There is no point in breaking the bank to buy a house that will be worth significantly less in ten years time, or for an investment property that does not have a good rental return.

It is best to stick to your budget and make a well-researched purchase. 

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