How to Negotiate a Home Buyer's Rebate

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Most of the US States allow home Buyers to negotiate a rebate with their own Real Estate Agency. HomeOpenly is an Internet platform designed to connect home Buyers with qualified and motivated Buyer's Agencies that offer rebates to consumers. Our service is absolutely free for both Buyers and Agents, because there are no referral fees or other fees here. Simply start a search with a "Buyer" option to find local Agencies who are offering buyer's rebates in your area within minutes.

Real Estate Agents you select will follow-up with you directly and agree on all terms. HomeOpenly never sells or shares your information with Agents that you didn't select. Our service is an Internet platform that generates profit thru independent advertising and Real Estate data analysis. Buying ads with us does not change the way we display data to our users, this is a core difference that makes HomeOpenly an unbiased Internet company and not a middle-man broker. All our generated leads are absolutely FREE because we simply don't sell leads to anyone, ever.


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All licensed Agents who advertise here are competitive. Once you decide on the best Agent, ask them to honor the rebate percentage listed in your lead reference by including those terms into your final representation agreement.

A rebate (also known as a commission refund) is the only mechanism available to Buyers to negotiate commission savings. Agents that do not offer a Buyer's rebate as part of their fee schedule, do not financially compete to represent buyers and will never be shown in our search results. Agents that offer rebates are shown in Buyer's search results starting with the best advertised rebate followed by the most complete service offerings. This ensures that HomeOpenly displays all results fairly to all perspective Buyers.


Find a new home with a local Real Estate Agent

Now, begin! Actively engage your new Agent in a search for a home. Keep in mind that your buyer's rebate will be available to you after the transaction is closed and your Agent gets her commission check. This money you are getting paid back to you is not magic – it is, essentially, advanced to you from the total mortgage sum, and requires a lender approval, because most home sales are financed. An agent will usually send anyone receiving a rebate an IRS Form 1099-MISC. Having a negotiated Rebate Agreement with your Agent allows you to be in a better financial position while making your best offer on a home. This is a fact.

The actual amount of your Buyer's Rebate will be based on your specific and final agreement with your Agency. HomeOpenly is never a party to your negotiations; we only match Buyers with Agents that offer savings to consumers without any added costs. The best part? You receive your rebate when you most need it, at HomeOpenly we believe it is a fair balance.


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