New Townhomes for Sale - FAQS

General Q&A

Q. How do I go about ordering a home at Wynsome Knoll?
A. You can either complete a lot hold to reserve a lot for a short period or have an agreement of sale prepared as soon as you've decided this is the best home for you. The first step is to just stop into our model or contact our home counselor and complete a simple Lot Hold. The Lot Hold allows you to choose your lot and reserve it. A check for only $500, fully refunded if you decide differently, is needed with your lot hold. A lot hold will keep the lot that you want your very own for a period of time. Most buyers use a lot hold period for a week or two so they can sit down with a mortgage rep and go over their mortgage qualifications. Anytime after the lot holds or the same day if you prefer, you will enter into an agreement of sale. This document will spell out the price, conditions, settlements and other details of a real estate contract for the state of Delaware. Just contact our home counselor to arrange a convenient time. Also at the same time of the agreement, you'll have the chance to design the interior of your personal town home by selecting flooring types and colors, kitchen cabinets, counter tops, etc. Again, our home counselor will be there to make sure you select everything that we need to make your selections into your new home.
Q. I've never bought a new home before. Where do I start?
A. Your two best first moves are to stop by the model home during open hours, or make an appointment to tour the model at your convenience. (Our home counselors are glad to accommodate your specific hour needs whenever possible, just contact us via this website). Take a tour and experience Wynsome Knoll. The second step is to allow a mortgage rep to contact you and determine if you qualify for a home. They can do this over the phone or in person, your choice. They'll ask you some basic questions, like how much money do you make, what are your debts and take a look at your credit report. Then, based on these three, the mortgage rep can make a determination if you are qualified to purchase. You can ask the home counselor for a mortgage rep or visit our Financing Page.
Q. I'm working with a Realtor. Can I still see Wynsome Knoll?
A. Yes, absolutely. If you are currently working with a Realtor, tell them you'd like to visit Wynsome Knoll or have your Realtor contact us.
Q. How do I place my name on an interest list?
A. Simply use the form on our contact us page and complete it. We'll get in touch with you and help answer any questions or requests. We'll also stay in touch with you and notify you of any upcoming events or news at Wynsome Knoll.
Q. Where can I find home prices?
A. Stop by our model and our home counselor will discuss pricing based on your needs. You can also drop us a quick message through this website and we'll respond very quickly.
Q. How do I go about making selections and upgrades?
A. Our selections are featured in our model home, stop by to take a look. After you complete an Agreement of Sale, you'll meet with one of our home counselors and they'll show you available options. Even if you just want to do some pricing scenarios and see what's what, our home counselors are glad to accommodate. You can make an appointment to meet with our home counselor to select your options or just do some "what-if" pricing of selections anytime, just contact us to set a time up.
Q. Does Wynsome Knoll offer home loans?
A. No, we don't make loans ourselves, but we work with one of the finest mortgage companies in the region and have a preferred lender. See our financing page.
Q. Is there a Home Owners Association?
A. Yes, and most planned communities in Delaware, such as Wynsome Knoll, have a home owners association. The HOA is initially run by the developer or builder of the community and at some point, per the community's deed restrictions and usually based on a set percentage or number of homes sold, the association is turned over to the homeowners themselves to run and manage. At Wynsome Knoll the deed restrictions specify when the Association is operated by the homeowners. We'll be glad to send you a copy, just contact us!
Q. Are there deed restrictions?
A. Yes, Wynsome Knoll has deed restrictions, as do most new home communities in Delaware. The deed restrictions are a set of documents that consists of some legal items, like the land dimensions of the community, but also describes what can or cannot be done by homeowners. This document is for the protection of the community residents and it would be the deed restrictions that prevent homeowners from, say, maintaining a herd of cows in their backyard or running an auto repair shop from their garage. We'll be glad to send you a copy, just contact us!
Q. How do I learn more about financing my new home?
A. We work with some of the finest mortgage companies around. Check out our Financing Page and the good people at New Penn Financial in Dover Delaware.
Q. Does the price I see include the land?
A. Yes, absolutely. There are no lots leases at Wynsome Knoll as is the case in some communities in Delaware.
Q. Can I plant flowers or a vegetable garden?
A. Yes, the land is yours, no lot leases at Wynsome Knoll, so feel free to beautify, but it's always wise to review the deed restrictions first before attempting any major landscaping projects.
Q. Are these town homes modular or prefab?
A. Absolutely not! Unlike some other communities in the state that have homes built elsewhere in sections, then transported to a lot and assembled. The homes at Wynsome Knoll are constructed from the ground up, on site.

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