Yep! You got it!
Random side story. I remember one of our accounting girls got really upset one day and put in her 2 weeks notice. Her boss thought about it for about 15 minutes, then came storming out of her office and fired her. "You get out NOW!" LOL What made the entire thing so stupid was it was bonus time, and her bonus would have been somewhere in the $5k to $10k range. All she had to do was hold on for another 3 weeks and then quit, but she let her emotions get the best of her so she lost the money.
Honestly, anyone buying a house right now is completely out of their damn mind. Inventory sucks, prices are back to pre-COVID levels, and interest rates aren't going up anytime soon. You're buying on an economy that's a house of cards with historic levels of unemployment propped up by stimulus and a widespread hope/belief that COVID is over and things will be completely back to normal by mid-summer. That's not to even mention the widespread social unrest and the fact that it's an election year and that's always a wildcard.
But, god bless 'em. We're set to close on the sell of our house a week from today. If I'm right, we'll be buying for substantially less in a full-blown buyer's market around this time next year.