You likely already know the Seller pays the MLS Fee for your Buyer’s Broker or. However, it is your money (or your Mortgage Loan) that typically funds that fee! Our Network Brokers give you at least 25% and up to 67% of that MLS Fee back to you at closing in the form of a Home Buyer Rebate in the 40-States where they are legal and available.
The Real Estate Savings Center is pleased to introduce you to some of the top Buyer Brokers and Buyers Agents in the United States. We qualify and invite only Accredited and or Certified Buyer Representatives that offer you Professional Full Service plus Home Buyer Rebates that create the overall best deal for you as a home buyer. To receive Home Buyer Rebate offers in your area of interest, you can complete the short form below. ate top Buyer Brokers and Buyer Agents for you as long as it is a Major City area. Financial Benefits – Did you know that the IRS considers Home Buyer Rebates to be an adjustment to your purchase price and therefore non-taxable income to you?
Availability for Home Buying Benefits and Buyer Rebates
Home Buyer Rebates otherwise known as Agent Commission Splits are currently available in 40 of the United States. Your Real Estate Rebates is typically offered as a Credit at Closing and shown on you Closing Statement. Since your Credit is documented at closing is it typically considered part of your real estate transaction. The IRS considers Home Buyer Rebates to be adjustments to the purchase price and therefore non-taxable income to you as a Home Buyer. With that said, The Real Estate Savings Center is not a Tax Advisor so it is best for you to check with your CPA or a qualified Tax Attorney about your personal tax situation.