I’m often asked about Homes for Heroes: “What is it?” or “Is it only for military?”
And I usually get these questions AFTER someone has bought or sold a home, and missed out on this great savings program! So, if you are in the housing market to buy or sell a home, make sure YOU don’t leave money on the table.
For home sellers, you will benefit from a 25% reduction in my listing commission. Pretty simple: the savings is immediate!
For home buyers, we have to do a little math since this is a nationwide program. Because of different commission structures across the nation, Homes for Heroes came up with a “one size fits all” solution: buyers receive .7% (that’s point seven percent) of the sales price of the home. It is roughly 25% of my gross commission, but it is easier to apply for Homes for Heroes. SO, what does that mean? Am I going to make you do math?? NO! I’ll do the math for you. Buy a home for $200,000, get a check for $1,400 in the mail 10-15 days after you close. Boom! No red tape, no catch, easy peasy.
Buyer and Seller Heroes: You EARNED this reward! How, you ask? If you are or were in the military, if you work in law enforcement, if you are a first responder (firefighter or EMT), if you have a career in medicine or education, you are a HERO. And as a “thank you” for your service to our country and our community, it is my pleasure to share a portion of my commission with you as a reward.
Doesn’t that sound simple? Too simple? NOPE. That’s it. Oh, wait – I did forget something: if you work with one of my industry partners, you could save even MORE money! If you are a seller, I partner with title companies who reduce their fees. If you are a buyer, I partner with lenders who reduce their fees or pay some of your fees on your behalf.
Let’s have a conversation and see how much money you can save using Homes for Heroes. Give me a call! No obligation and I’ll never spam you.
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