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Home Buyer's Advantage

Buyer's Advantage
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Why Pay A Realtor, When A Realtor Will Pay You? 

Thank you for your interest in our Home Buyer Credit.  Home buyers are excited because they've learned that if we are their Buyer's agent, they will receive thousands of dollars to apply to their closing costs or down payment that they had not expected. 

At first some people think there must be a catch.  There isn't. It's simple, without obligation and free.  Above are examples of the money that can be applied to your costs or down payment.  That 3% of the commission is being paid to the Buyer agent. 

You will receive 20% of our net commission.  All contribution amounts are a percentage of the home sale price and based on the buyer side commissions which normally is 3%. 

However, if the seller of the home you decide to buy received a reduced commission rate from their listing agent, your rebate would be reduced as well. 

Your actual credit to you will be determined upon your purchase price and the actual commissions paid for the home you have selected.  The credit dollar amount 
based on this will be given to you before you write your purchase contract so you know exactly how much you will receive from us. 

There Are No Written Agreements Between Us And You Are Under No Obligation.  Nothing to lose, but everything to gain! 

We do request, should you wish to utilize the Home Credit, that you please enter information honestly, fully and correctly. This is simply so we can arrange to communicate when necessary to find you the home of your dreams. 

Not valid with another offering, promotion or referral. 

New Homes require an Agent to accompany you on first visit.

Make sure you check out the 10 buyer tips you need to know.

Also make sure you read Why You Need A Realtor.

Make A Wish List and then Lets get shopping!


Make A Wish List and A "Must-Have" List

Before you begin looking for a home, take time to decide what you need versus what you want. If you're dreaming of a gourmet kitchen or a swimming pool, put them on your wish list. But be practical and develop a separate list of what you must have in a home to be comfortable, such as: number of bedrooms and their size, garage, size of the yard, appliances, fireplace, air-conditioning, laundry room and storage space.


So get shopping for a house.Link