Why Buying A House Is Like Planning A Wedding

Lori Jones
Lori Jones
Published on December 3, 2019

Location, Location, Location! It’s just as important in real estate as it is in executing the wedding. It basically sets the mood for the rest of your life. Do you want a country setting? A city high rise? Cozy backyard shindig?

And just like a wedding, there are multiple players involved in purchasing a home. Each has an important role to play in making things go down without a hitch. Here are the main players:

Bride = Buyer

As long as she thinks she’s in charge, it’s all good. Expect momentary flashes of schizophrenia and crazy texts over nothing of actual importance. Normally, a very nice person but always be on the lookout for Bridezilla to emerge.

Groom = Moving Company

Not really an important player until after the paperwork is signed.

Mother of the Bride = Home inspector

“Nope. This house sucks. No good. Needs to be replaced. Might as well start over and find a new dream property. I said no. No means no. Fine do whatever your want.”

Minister = Insurance Agent

Mostly along for the ride after the union passes regulated counseling. Likes to be paid (and fed) handsomely at the reception.

Bridesmaids = Buyer’s Agent

These are the people who will walk hand in hand with you to see 14 different dresses/houses. They will laugh, cry and stress over every little detail with you.

Best Man = Listing Agent

Been buddies forever. Lots of embarrassing stories but we will all try to ignore those because we are serious, sophisticated adults now. Mostly just involved for the drinks and witness the bridal party meltdown.

Father of the Bride = Loan Officer

Also known as the gatekeeper for the whole transaction. Usually bringing all the funds to closing. Don’t lie to this person. Your fate is in their hands.

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