Buying a New Home: You'll Save Thousands! Between the Money You'll save from your Rebate with us and the Incentives the Home Builders Gives out when you close on the home with us.
How and Why We Do Commission Rebates
We've been Realtors for over 20 years servicing the Las Vegas & Henderson, NV communities. We don't have to pay franchise fees or broker commission splits. We don't have junk fees that get passed onto you, which enables us to save you money. In Today’s competitive market you expect to get max value while not sacrificing service. The internet has changed real estate. Home buyers can search online and do all their home work. This has taken some of the load off of us. Home buyers are more knowledgable than ever because of the internet and the access they have to information. While we still play an invaluable role in negotiating for our clients and getting them through the hiccups of the home buying process and getting them closed and in their new home, we can do it and help out the home buyer in the process.
Biggest Benefit from a Commission Rebates?
It Makes Buying A home Less Expensive. With the money you save you can do other home improvements. Maybe, New Countertops, Landscaping the Backyard. Typically a buyer's agent gets 2.5 to 3% of the commission that a seller pays in order to sell their home. Additionally, The Internal Revenue Service has ruled that a buyer commission rebate is not taxable. They consider it as an adjustment to the buyer's basis in the house, which lowers the price. Click here for further information on the IRS position on this
How do Rebates work?
It’s no different than a rebate offer you might see at a store, except in this case, you could be saving a lot more money. If your financing your home you'll typically have about 3% in closing costs. With a rebate it will save you on your closing costs. You won't have to come out pocket with all the closings costs saving you money!
In Today's Real Estate Market a Buyers Agents commission can vary between 2-3%.
Buyer Commission Rebates are Legal in Nevada. Visit the Justice Department "Rebates Make Buying a Home Less Expensive"