For most boomers, this would have been a really good piece of advice… for when they first bought their homes.
It's always funny to hear a baby boomer talk about the housing market as if they know exactly what will happen.
In the past, a smart homebuyer would point out a seller's misinformation and haggle the price.
The days when a homebuyer could move to a new area and instantly find loads of real estate prospects are ended.
When baby boomer friends send over houses they think are nice, it's a nice gesture, but chances are the homebuyer has seen it many times before.
For some people, being aggressive is a great strategy and can help them win homes quickly.
Sometimes a deal falls through due to factors outside of the buyer’s control.
One major part of the home buying process is mortgages and specifically mortgage rates.
Most people are too nice to tell a boomer relative straight out that they don't want their help anymore, but there will often be many hints.
Most people think that buying a home is a big accomplishment and the result of all their hard work.