If there's one mistake home buyers make it is selecting the home that looks the prettiest over the one that offers the greatest value.
The pretty things such as the granite counter tops, high end finishes, and that gorgeous chandelier can all be added at a later time. But what's even more important is that you buy into an investment that will offer a better return.
When you forget that purchasing a home is like purchasing stock then you tend to treat it like going to a dealership and purchasing a car. "Bad Ju-Ju."
Take the home buying process seriously because it won't just be about how pretty the home looks when you go to sell. You'll care a heck of a lot more about how much money you're putting in the bank.