In neighborhoods where “For Sale” signs outnumber buyers, it’s tempting to mull over a purchase of a home before you commit. Yet, even in a buyers’ market, hesitancy could be a serious error. It doesn’t take long to learn that if you drag your feet, you can miss out on the right house at the right price. Even in a sluggish market, experienced buyers can spot a bargain in a heartbeat. While the “I want to sleep on it” prospects are still evaluating the situation, these shrewd individuals are signing contracts for the best homes. There may be dozensof homes for sale in any neighborhood. However, you can be sure that there are a few exceptionally well-kept or well-priced homes that will be taken quickly. Fear of making the wrong decision is one of the factors that often

stops people from making the right decision. They are afraid that a better buy is just around the corner. “The best buys go to the decision makers – not the tire kickers.”