An observation I’ve made here and literally to every one of my past and present buyers is that no one ever purchases a new home without accepting compromise.
While that’s true, I also believe that buyers should not fail to appreciate what is important to them. Some compromises ought to be unacceptable to some buyers, for example:
- A family of two adults and two very young children shouldn’t settle for a two-bedroom apartment with one bath, even if they plan to divide one of the bedrooms in half or turn a windowless room into a nursery;
- Consumers for whom style is everything shouldn’t Continue reading