Buying a home is an exciting experience, but it can feel a bit overwhelming if you don’t have the right information. Check out these helpful resources about the home buying process. When you’re ready, give The Wilson Group a call at 954-818-6092 to tour available homes in the Broward County and Pembroke Pines areas.

Guide to the Home Buying Process

Buying a home is exciting and overwhelming at the same time. Having a brief understanding of the process can alleviate some of the anxious feelings you may be experiencing as you embark on the home-buying journey. Use this guide to the home buying process as your go-to resource. What Comes with the House You Buy … Continued

What You Should Know About Home Owners Associations?

What should you know about Home Owners Associations? The truth, everything! In South Florida, Home Owners Associations govern many communities. Each one has responsibility for different things. When buying a home in a community governed by one, there are issues you should understand.  The first person you should speak with is your real estate agent. … Continued

What Does a Credit Score Mean for a Mortgage?

What Does a Credit Score Mean for a Mortgage? What does a credit score mean for a mortgage? Credit scores are a critical component of the home buying process.  You may ask, what is a credit score?   Simply, it is a number assigned to a person that is an indicator of that person’s ability to … Continued

First Time Home Buyers Guide

Buying a home for the first time can be daunting and very challenging. Let’s look at some of the things to keep in mind when embarking on this new and exciting venture. YOUR CREDIT REPORT MATTERS Make sure that your credit report is clean and free of anything that might hamper you from getting the … Continued

Six Steps to Buying a Home

This article presents you with six steps to keep in mind while buying a home. First things first! You need to be sure that your credit report is up-to-date and free from anything that could prevent you from getting approval from your lender. You may think you can afford a home at $300,000 when in … Continued

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