Prepare to make a move with our handy home buying guide

Whether you’re taking your first step on the property ladder, looking for more space, or for something smaller, we're here to help. We’ve created these home-buying guides to get you ready to make your move, and with competitive mortgage rates, now is a great time to buy.

The simple way to buy a new home

Buying a new David Wilson home could be a more simple and convenient way to make your move, and we can help you find the home that’s right for you. Here you will find all the information you need to get the house you’ve been searching for and ready for your move now.
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Discover our handy guides using the links below to help you get moving now

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The buying process guide

Whether you’re buying for yourself or buying to let we’ve created this useful guide just for you. 

Make sense of it all

Buying a new home is not something you do everyday, there’s a lot to understand and a lot of information to navigate, so we’ve created this glossary to help you find out what it all means.  

Get mortgage fit

At David Wilson Homes, we understand that getting a mortgage can be a complicated process – but we are here to make it a little bit easier. As well as providing some useful tips on getting the best advice in preparing to buy a new home, we can also suggest one of our approved New Build Mortgage Advisers too. 

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Help to Sell Schemes

We have a range of schemes to help you sell your existing home.


Low Deposit Schemes

If you have a low deposit, we have a variety of schemes to help make moving more affordable.


Part Exchange

We could be your guaranteed buyer. No stress or fuss, just an easy move for you and your family.

Key Worker Scheme

We could help make your move with our Key Worker Deposit Contribution Scheme.

Own New - Rate Reducer

Own New - Rate Reducer is a brand-new scheme available on new build homes that could mean lower mortgage rates and reduced monthly payments.

Parent Power

Parents can also help. Typically they (or a close family member) could help you with your deposit, or guarantee your mortgage, or act as a joint applicant.