Buying a house isn't like buying a $500 handbag. Having buyer's remorse? You can take that handbag back to the store. But if you've already signed the contract to buy a house, it's a done deal. There's no customer service rep who will give you a refund on your purchase of a home.
If you're buying a home, you must be 100 percent sure that that's the home you want. If you find yourself in a situation where you wish you hadn't bought the house -- tough cookies. Watch the video above to know what to do if you find yourself having homebuyer's remorse.
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