What You Get
It’s Simple. We give you 50% of the buyer agent commission, when you find your Central Texas home listed in the MLS. We also offer new construction rebates too.
You’ve done the work finding the home. Now doesn’t it make sense that you should receive part of the buyer agent’s commission? We think you should.
Did You Know?
A buyer’s agent in Austin collects a real estate sales commission of $12,600, on average in 2020. ($420k purchase with 3% BA commission) Imagine getting half of that cash back. That’s over $6,000! How can this money help you?
Here are a few top ideas:
- Offset your moving expenses
- Decorate and paint your new home
- Buy a brand new washer and dryer
- Buy that gorgeous sofa you want
- Pay off debt
- Help kids in college
- Start an investment fund for your children
- Donate to the church or charity you are most passionate about
- Throw the most epic house warming party EVER!
Our average commission rebate is $6,000 for the Austin area.
If you are experienced with the home buying process, have purchased at least one home in Texas before and you are willing to find the home to write an offer on, this Central Texas home buyer rebate program is perfect for you.
Realtor Commission Rebate
Estimate above is based on a 3% buyer agent commission. Rebate is subject to lender approval.
How is this commission rebate different?
Local – We live and work in the Austin area.
Experienced – You’re hiring a certified professional.
Convenient – We personally show you the home.
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How It Works
1. Browse homes for sale.
2. Secure mortgage preapproval.
3. Contact Jason to get started.
4. We show you the home(s) you select.
5. We write the offer, negotiate, and assist for a smooth closing experience.
6. You receive your commission rebate and the keys to your new home at closing!
Meet The Agent
Work with a local and knowledgeable Austin Realtor. Jason D. White has lived in Austin for over 20 years and has served Austin area home buyers since 2003.
He holds an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) designation. The ABR® designation is the benchmark of skill and quality in home buyer representation. The ABR® is awarded by a subsidiary of the National Association of REALTORS® to Realtors who attain experience and education requirements.
Happy Home Buyers
“Thank you so much for all of the help you have given us on the house on 44th St. You have made the transition to ownership easy and we are grateful for all of your recommendations and personal attention to detail.” – Lynn D.
“Jason’s a great guy, a super professional realtor who was really patient with us during our sale and move while juggling our daughter’s school and tennis schedule and our 2 full-time jobs. Thank you Jason!” – The Keeler Family
“Jason is awesome. I’ve worked with other Realtors before who were pushy and not very helpful, but Jason was patient with me and my husband. He walked us through each listing and let us know about anything that looked questionable. He even picked up on stuff that the home inspector didn’t. We learn so much from him. He made the home buying experience easy.” – Andie G.
“Jason knows the Austin area housing market, and always has his clients’ best interests in mind.” – Mark H.
Pro Tip – How to receive a home buyer commission rebate for new construction homes.
Buying a new construction home or building with a Central Texas home builder? Great. Be sure to contact us FIRST before entering the builder’s model home. Often times home builders will refuse to pay a buyer agent commission if you tour a model home or meet with the builder’s on-site sales representative without your agent “registering” you as a client.
To receive your 50% home buyer rebate, Jason D. White must be listed as your agent with the builder. At the builder’s model home, the sales representative will give you a registration card and the card will have a question such as, “How did you hear about us?”…check the box next to Realtor and list Jason D. White, ph 512-400-6261.
Once you are registered with Jason as your buyer agent, you will be eligible for your 50% commission rebate (rebate is subject to approval by third parties such as your mortgage lender). It’s that easy.
Shopping for a home listed on the MLS? Here’s what you need to know for your rebate.
Your home buyer rebate is a real estate agent sales commission rebate that is credited to you at closing when you complete the purchase of your home and the rebate is subject to approval by third parties such as your mortgage lender.
You’ve probably already started shopping for your Austin area home by searching on real estate websites. Perfect! Now that you have an idea of what you are looking for, be sure to get prequalified for a mortgage (if you’re not paying cash). We can help get you connected with a local loan officer, if needed. The process only takes about an hour and can be completed over the phone and online.
Next, before you contact any listing agents about homes you are interested in seeing, be sure to contact us FIRST. This will help ensure that a buyer agent commission will be paid to us and that you will receive your home buyer rebate at closing.
Our service includes: showing you the home(s) you are interested in, preparing the offer to purchase, submitting the offer to the seller’s agent, negotiating agreeable terms and repairs, and guiding you along the way to a smooth and successful closing.
Your 50% buyer agent commission rebate is paid at closing and is subject to lender approval. That’s it. Simple.
Texas Real Estate Commission legal disclosure: Payment of the rebate is subject to the consent of the party the real estate license holder represents in the transaction and is subject to approval by a third party such as a lender.