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An exceptional home experience begins with WFP. With agents you can rely on and quality you can trust, we will make it your best move yet.

We’re Here to Help

It’s an honor to be on this journey with you. We understand the process can be complicated and are committed to guiding you through every step to ensure you find the perfect home to suit your needs. At WFP, our job is to make the home buying process as easy and efficient as possible.

Step One Search

Step One

Search

Determining your wants and needs

Getting pre-qualified for a home loan

Determining cash required

Searching and previewing properties

Step Two Contract

Step Two

Contract

Determining your offering price

Writing the offer

Negotiating

Reviewing Home Owners Association/Condo/Co-Op documents

Title commitment

Step Three Closing

Step Three

Closing

Signing the sales contract

Performing an inspection

Completing an appraisal

Closing

Possession

WFP Buyer’s Guide

Explore tips for navigating the home buying process from the industry leaders at WFP. Download a printable version of our guide or click through the digital version below.

WFP Buyer’s Guide

WFP Buyer’s Guide

Explore tips for navigating the home buying process from the industry leaders at WFP. Download a printable version of our guide or click through the digital version below.

Browse Our Interactive Buyer Guide

Your Home, Your Lifestyle

One of the most important decisions is determining where you want to live and invest. This is the fundamental starting place for your agent when it comes to understanding and directing the search for your future home.

Location
Location
Lifestyle
Lifestyle
Walkability
Walkability
Commute
Commute
School District
School District
Taxes
Taxes

Finding the Right Home FAQs

We’re here to help! Below are a selection of useful questions you should ask your WFP Agent and why you should ask them.

How long has the property been on the market, and what is the average days-on-market (dom) in this area?

Market times indicate supply and demand for properties in the area and can give you an idea of whether it’s a buyer- or seller-driven market.

Have there been any price reductions during the listing period?

A price reduction may indicate and support a seller’s desire to attract an offer.

What is the price range of recent comparable sales in the neighborhood?

This information may indicate the home seller’s expectation.

Are there any active offers being considered by the seller?

Knowing if you are competing for a property with another buyer may affect the terms you are willing to make in your offer.

What improvements have been made to the property?

Recent enhancements can affect the buyer’s and seller’s perceived value of the property.

Can I have copies of all home seller disclosures?

Most states require all home sellers to provide property disclosure statement(s) for your review.

Ready to Make Your Best Move Yet?

Ready to Make Your Best Move Yet?

Connect with an industry leading real estate expert in your neighborhood today!