There’s been some recent discussion on real estate blogs about “analysis paralysis”—with at least one broker claiming there’s too much data out there for clients, causing them to overanalyze when they should be “pulling the trigger” on buying a home. We of course favor the data, the knowledge, and the transparency—the more a buyer knows the better.
But we see the home buying process involving both the objective and the subjective—in two distinct steps. The buyer needs to be educated about all the objective aspects first, and then the subjective steps in. Read the full post here.