What Will Homebuyers Compromise on in 2013?

by Peter Thomas Ricci

Compromise is an inevitable component of the homebuying process…or is it? A new NAR survey has tracked what homebuyers do – and do not – compromise on.


News flash: the homebuying process can be a darned frustrating experience.

You find a home in a great neighborhood, but it’s too far away from public transit; you find a charming house in the style your client wants, but the area’s schools are not up to snuff; you find a well-kept home in a nice area, but it’s too small.

All those things happen, but sometimes, your client compromises…or do they? What features in a home are clients more, or less, prone to compromise on? Using data from NAR, we put together the infographic below, which charts the layers of compromise in home purchases.

Read More Related to This Post

Join the conversation

New Subscribe

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.