Buying a Home
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What you should know about Buying a House
Getting a mortgage is often the largest financial obligation you will have, and many first-time homebuyers find it overwhelming and daunting. Not necessarily knowing where to start when it comes to qualifying and ensuring you obtain the best options – not just interest rate, but also the terms and conditions.
First-Time Home Buyers
There are typically two paths first time home buyers will take – reach out to the bank they are most familiar with who will provide them options based on that bank’s product line, or work with a mortgage broker who has access to a large selection of lenders including those that only work?
Your Windrose Group Mortgage Broker will discuss with you what you are looking to accomplish regarding your Budget and Goals. You can’t just “wing it” when it comes to the largest purchase you are likely to make!
Budgeting and Planning ensure that…
Now is really the right time for you to buy
You don’t end up “house poor”
You don’t have to significantly change your lifestyle
You can continue to afford the payments
You start to build some savings for the future
Here are some of the amazing benefits of
working with The Windrose Group:
How to get the Home of your Dreams
Are you ready to buy the home of your dreams?
Need information on how to make that dream happen?
Claire Drage has written an ebook that will help you understand the steps you need to take to get into the home of your dreams.
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We will help you through the ins and outs of the home buying process. From understanding conditions and making an offer, through to the acceptance and closing stage, we are here for you through it all.
Are you a first-time home buyer and want to learn more about your options? The Windrose Group can help.
Call us today! (289) 800 -9620.
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