What would I say? How would I say what I liked or did not like? Would it be insensitive to tell it like it was?
My fingers beat my brain to it and by the time it dawned on me the confirmation that email had been sent had popped up on my screen. My euphoria was short-lived and what I was feeling at that point in time was nothing short of raw consternation.
Here, I was battling a deluge of emotions and also attempting to manage the anxiety this simple email request had inflicted on me. I was quickly transported back to the white knuckle moments waiting on a response from the bank to my offer and dreading the call from the agent after two rejections on previous offers. The difference with the third offer was I had found a home I
wanted needed. I had no doubt in my mind, I did not have it in me to stomach another rejection and resume the search online as well as traveling from one end of town to the other to view properties. Continue reading “3 questions to ask before providing valuable feedback”