1. Ignorance. First-time buyers often don't realize how much they don't know, which may result in unrealistic price expectations and obnoxious lowball offers. Since educated buyers make better offers with fewer contingencies, ensure your clients understand how the process works, from offers to inspections to close. Then, prequalify them with a lender before seeing houses, so they know their budget. If stubborn clients refuse your advice, they may lose a deal. Unfortunately, that might be what it takes to help them understand.Remember we are professional we have those cases all the times the Kay is Trust