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