You're ready to
buy a home. Tomorrow, the agent will be showing you seven
homes, followed by another five the next day. How will you
be able to compare all those homes and determine the one right
for you? How can you keep all their features and strong points
straight in you rmind?
It's easy. There's
a simple process that can make your decision a clear one,
bringing you maximum confidence you've made the best choice.
When you visit
the first home, make notes, take pictures, or whatever else
helps you identify the positives and negatives. Move on to
the second home and do the same. Before visiting any more
homes, make a clear choice. If the first two homes were the
only homes on the face of the earth - which one would you
OK - good. You've
chosen Home #1. Now move on to Home #3. Make your inspection,
and then compare it with Home #1. Leave out Home #2, which
has already been eliminated. Again, make your choice between
the only two homes in contention - #1 & #3.
Continue this process
with each subsequent home. Each time you are comparing only
two homes, choosing the best one, and moving on to the others.
When you've seen all the homes, your choice will have been
made with none of the usual need to remember all the homes.