Buy any home, get up to 50% of our commission*

*Register to get started. Minimum commission is $3,500.


Get thousands that you can apply toward closing costs with our Buyer Rebate Program*

In most typical real estate transactions, the seller offers the buyer’s agent around 3% of the purchase price for bringing a ready, willing, and able buyer.  Because there’s no direct cost to the buyer for their agent’s services, there is a common misconception that the services are free, but that is not true.  With traditional big brokerages, the buyer’s agent keeps the commission that the seller offers.

With Value Home Sales, we realize that the buyer’s agent’s biggest expense is home showings.  We believe that a client who sees three homes shouldn’t be charged the same as one who sees twenty.  To modernize this broken system, we offer our clients a rebate that rewards them for narrowing down their home search online.  If you see five homes or less with VHS, our expenses are lower, and you could receive a rebate of up to 50% of our commission to go toward closing costs.  See how this could benefit you below.  For a $300,000 home, that’s $4,500 that you could use toward closing costs!

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*Minimum Buyer’s Agent commission is $3,500.

How It Works

We are a tech company, so just get started online!


Buyer Registration & Consultation

Register for our Buyer Rebate Program and scheduling an initial phone consultation.


Get Preapproved

If you intend to get a loan to purchase your home, contact a lender to get preapproved.


Search for Homes

Search for homes online. When you find a property you want to tour, simply schedule it on our website.


Our Local Agents Handle it All

We will coordinate the showings, the offer, negotiations, and all of the contracts and paperwork.

See home much you could save with our tiered Buyer Rebate Program

Everything you would get with a big brokerage but receive up to 50% of our commission at closing!

Number of Home Tours with Value Home Sales Commission Rebate
1-5 50%
6-10 40%
11-15 30%
16-20 20%
21+ 10%

1.) The rebate is subject to a minimum net commission of $3,500 after Buyer Rebate. Any MLS or Seller Broker fees or charges passed on to Value Home Sales as the Buyer’s Broker will be deducted from the gross commission before calculating the Buyer Rebate.

2.) Commission must be received by Seller’s Broker.  If no commission is received, no rebate is due.

3.) Lender approval may be required. Some lenders may not allow Buyer Rebate or depending on the contract, concessions, mortgage product and financing terms, some lenders may not allow Buyer to receive the full refund from Value Home Sales. We strongly advise buyers to talk with their lender in advance about their anticipated Buyer’s Rebate.

4.) The credit is to be applied to the Settlement Statement as a Broker credit to Buyer.

Proudly Serving North Metro Atlanta

We are focused on the northern suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia

Flowery Branch
Peachtree Corners
Berkeley Lake
Johns Creek
Sugar Hill

News & Information

The latest news and information from Value Home Sales.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Please see below for frequently asked questions by our buyer clients.

Are there any traditional services that you don’t provide?2021-01-06T17:00:03+00:00

We provide the same services as traditional agents. We will work with you to understand your homebuying criteria such as target zip code, home size, bedroom count, and more to help us align with your goals. We can help connect you with a list of lenders you could work with. When you are ready to tour homes, you can schedule showings easily on our website. When you find the perfect home, we will work with you to craft a competitive offer and submit it to the Sellers. We’ll be there every step of the way during negotiations, offer acceptance, home inspections, repair requests, all the way up to closing.

When and how should I engage with you?2021-01-06T17:00:21+00:00

You can reach out to us on the phone, text, or email at any time if you have general questions about our services or want details that aren’t public about specific properties. If you are ready to tour properties, we typically ask for the following before we can schedule showings:

  1. Fill our Buyer Rebate Registration
  2. Schedule an Initial Phone Consultation
  3. Have a Pre-Approval Letter from a Lender

We can help guide you in the right direction to work out financing with a Lender in our initial phone consultation.

How can you provide the buyer rebate when other agents can’t?2021-01-06T22:12:26+00:00

Residential real estate has evolved such that a majority of buyers get very far along in the buying process before actually NEEDING an agent. You can identify your target zip code, price point, mortgage payment, insurance costs, and many other items all online. Our model specifically targets those modern buyers who put in some of the work up-front in the comfort of their own homes before engaging us to show properties, make offers, and close deals. Since we focus on buyers nearing the end of the process, we can provide our services for less money, and we pass those savings on to our clients.

How do you fund the buyer rebate?2021-01-11T18:39:36+00:00

In a typical real estate listing, the seller agrees to pay around 6% commission to sell their home. This 6% is broken into two components: 3% goes to the Seller’s Agent, and 3% goes to the Buyer’s Agent. While many buyers commonly feel that their agent services are free because there’s no direct cost to them, that’s really not true. The sellers utilize money from the proceeds received from the buyer to fund the brokerage fees and their closing costs. Because we operate efficiently and only target buyers nearing the end of their home search, we can offer up to 50% of the commission we receive as the Buyer’s Agent as a credit back to the buyers at closing.

How do I receive the buyer rebate?2021-01-06T17:01:01+00:00

When an offer is accepted and we understand the rebate amount, we let the Closing Attorney and Lender know how much it will be. It is settled at closing and will show up on the Settlement Statement as a Broker Credit to the Buyer. This credit usually decreases the closing costs or downpayment and lessens the amount of money needed at closing.

Please note that the rebate must be communicated to the Lender. Some lenders have restrictions on what credits are allowed, and there needs to be ample time to account for this. The rebate is also subject to a $3,500 net commission minimum and is directly tied to the number of homes toured. More details can be found here.

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