Buying a home is more than just a checklist. 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms doesn’t automatically translate into the house of your dreams. I ask surprising and heart-forward questions to help buyers visualize how they want to use the space and live in their ideal home. This helps them define what is important to them so they can buy a home that best serves their lifestyle.
I offer vision board exercises to help buyers tap into their intuition to see what their truest desires are (a large yard, walk-in-closet, a space for hosting family gatherings, etc.).
For example, when someone tells me they want a home office, my response is:
Here is a list of customary costs to the buyer: