From Brexit to ‘Regrexit’: what’s the scope for buyer’s remorse?

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Buyers start with positive and often unrealistic expectations of the benefits of what they purchase, whether it is buying a used car, or a house. Remorse sets in when buyers find out what is under the bonnet or beneath the floorboards. To a limited extent sellers offer remedies for remorse. There is a cooling off period for making a house purchase between agreeing a price orally and signing a legally binding contract, but there is no money back guarantee for the buyer of a used car.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 7 Jul 2016


  • Brexit
  • regrexit
  • voting
  • European Union


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