Homebuyers are feeling the frenzy of the current real estate market. With historically low inventory and houses selling well over list price, the competition is fierce. My daughter and son-in-law have been searching for a single-family home for nearly a year and are frustrated with buyers who are willing to wave important inspections or pay cash just to close the deal. Rather than risk purchasing a money pit or incur more debt trying to compete, I encouraged them to stop, look, and love what they have while they wait for what they want. I challenged them to eliminate furnishings they hate, reorganize what they like, and clean the house every day to restore visual harmony and balance. To survive in a world of instant gratification saturation sometimes you simply have to train your brain to be tolerant while you wait for the reward to work itself out.