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Too Many Experts!
You have just found the house, and you are feeling excited and confused at the same time. You trust the agent who helped you find it and feel that the advice you received is solid. But you also want to get opinions about the house from your best friend, your parents, and your Uncle Chuck, who has an inactive real estate license.

If you get too much input, you could find yourself even more confused than you already are. Your best friend can provide moral support, but probably doesn't know the market in town. Your parents may go into shock because they feel that they got so much more house for their money 30 years ago--and it cost them a fraction of the price you are going to pay. Uncle Chuck may have passed the real estate exam a few years ago, but his insights are not as crucial as those of a professional who is currently working the market. It's not that you shouldn't consult your family and friends--just don't go overboard. Rely on the advice of professionals you trust--a structural inspector, loan officer, and a good Realtor so that you can feel comfortable about having made an informed decision.

 
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