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15% Buyer Rebates

Today's Real Estate market offers potential home owners the perfect time to buy their dream house.  Are you considering the purchase of a home?  Let us refer you to a Realtor of your choice in almost any city in the country and we'll give you a Buyer Rebate in the form of 15% of the Buyer Agent's commission at closing!  You receive all the same service, just more money!

What does a Buyer Rebate mean for you?

If you allow us to refer you to a Realtor of your choice, after the closing of the sale, we literally give you money back that was originally part of the cost of your new home.  For example, if you buy a home for $200,000 and your Real Estate Broker received 3 percent commission, then you would receive $900.  The Buyer Rebate service costs you nothing, but puts money back in your pocket.

If someone is offering more of a rebate (which we doubt) we'll beat their offer by 10%!!!  Just part of our low price guarantee.  Call 1-877-FLAT-LIST for more details.

If you need to buy a home, but first have to sell your home, read about how to list your home for FREE within the Multiple Listing Service.


Regional Median Home Cost

According to the National Association of Realtors, the median price for existing home sales in the United States as of December 2010 were:

Northeast - $237,300

Midwest - $139,700

South - $148,400

West - $204,000



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