Our new real estate rebate program is a great way to save money when purchasing a home.
Most realtors who work for major real estate companies continue to do business the old traditional way and generally do not offer real estate rebates to home buying clients. One of the biggest reasons is that most home buyers are just not that well informed about buyer rebates. How do they work, where does the money come from, will it affect the purchase price?
The rebate process is very simple: In a normal real estate transaction there is a Buyer and a Seller. A listing agent works with the Seller and a Buyer’s Agent works with the Buyer. The party/person who pays all the commission in a real estate transaction (generally 7% on the 1st $100,000 and 3% on the balance – the total commission which is split between the Listing agent and the Buyers agent) is the Home Seller. Buyers never pay a commission!
If you were to purchase a home using The Share Team as your Buyer’s Agent for a selling price of $300,000 we would generally be paid a commission of approximately $6,500.
Now, lets give you back some of that commission in the form of a Buyers rebate:
Depending on which of the Buyer Programs you participated in your anticipated rebate will either be:
It`s really that simple!
All you have to do is contact The Share Team and put us to work as your Buyer’s Agent and you’ll receive a fantastic rebate when it comes time to close on your home.
*Note: To qualify for this unique, money-saving offer, you must email us your contact details using the form below BEFORE we get started finding you a new home.
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