Month: April 2016
Michael Mally has recently spent some time in Utah for an upcoming art show. He also toured a few art galleries looking for up and coming artists to interview for this very blog. Look for those interviews in the next couple of weeks.
Prospective homebuyers rarely enter the real estate market without some level of awareness regarding the importance of taking the time to patiently evaluate each property. After all, a real estate purchase is not one to be taken lightly, particularly since it is often the case that such a purchase represents one of the most sizable and long-term investments an individual will make during his or her lifetime.
Even though most potential homebuyers are aware that a patient approach to evaluation is of paramount importance in this regard, far too many fail to understand precisely how to evaluate each property in a manner that ensures the best possible outcome. According to John Pryor, strength in property evaluation is greatly enhanced through a detailed approach to preparation and a deep commitment to engage in self-reflection.
Through advance preparation that includes honest self-reflection, homebuyers are able to enter the real estate market with the kind of confidence that encourages decisive action in purchasing or passing on a property. In using this approach, the buyer will have taken the time to identify all of the specific qualities present in the ideal property while clearly separating all of the necessary qualities from the desired qualities. This ensures a far more accurate evaluation of the properties available on the market and helps to reduce the likelihood of making a poor choice due to the eventual impact of decision fatigue.
In the eyes of John Pryor, rugby and real estate have a quite a bit in common. For rugby, the game may be played on the pitch over a period of just 80 minutes, but the competition is won or lost in the weeks, months and even years that precede the actual contest. The same is true in real estate, as the underprepared homebuyer may act with unnecessary haste by getting entranced by aspects of a property that do not necessarily suit their specific needs, and others may not immediately recognize the ideal property when they see it and are therefore unable to act decisively.