As difficult as it can be, compromise is an essential part of the home-buying process.
Few of us have bottomless pockets, and in expensive capital cities, finding a home that ticks every box while coming in under budget is near impossible.
Compromise doesn’t have to mean settling for a house you don’t want. “I always say it’s more about flexibility than compromise,” says Lauren Goudy, buyer’s agent at Rose & Jones.
Few buyers would want to part with their...