Many of us make the mistake of looking for the best deal, not a great place to live when we are shopping for a home to live in. This is the wrong approach to buy a home. Instead of focusing on a perfect deal, look for a great home for you and your family.
Many real estate professionals who buy and sell homes traditionally concentrate on good deals. But you are buying a home for you and your family, to entertain your friends, creates memories together rather than making money when you are ready to sell. Of course you need to concentrate on a home that you can afford. But direct your attention to details that pleases you and your family.
Unfortunately when you focus on a great deal, keep in mind you are competing with similar minded. Now you are competing with others which will raise the purchase price and now you are completely overlooking the need to address why you want to buy a home in the first place. Do not fall into this trap and always refocus, take a step back and evaluate your goals. This will keep you focused on a great home not the perfect deal.