Real Estate Rebates are Our A-Game

Count on us for fabulous rebates/cash-back on your real estate deals in Texas! Terms and conditions apply*.

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CHOOSE THE REBATE PROGRAM THAT WORKS BEST FOR YOU

Buy A New Construction Home

Rebate all my Commission -$1000

Buy A Pre-Owned Home

2% Rebate

Sell Your Home for a

Low Flat Fee

Average Rebate $8,349!

New Construction Home Rebates Examples

Pre-Owned Home Rebates Examples

Pre-owned Home Rebate Example
( Straight Forward Deal only)

FAQs

The Internet has drastically changed the way real estate is bought and sold. Today’s consumers have nearly limitless information at their fingertips and are more educated and informed about their areas of interest, including, schools, communities, builders and even homes of interest. All of the research the buyer does saves the Real estate agent’s time and money, so I pass those savings along to you by sharing my commission. Don’t you think you deserve a part in the commission, since you’ve done so much of the work? Of course! I know how expensive it can be moving into a new home. This is a win-win-win program. My clients benefit from the cash back/rebate, I benefit from closing more and more houses by keeping my commission significantly low.

When you buy a new construction home through a builder, the builder’s on-site sales team handles the showings and the paperwork. This reduces my time, so I am able to pass that savings on to you! I am here to help you with the details, make sure you are getting a good price, negotiate on your behalf if you want me to, review all of the contracts and make sure that you are well represented and that your best interests are protected.

We pay commission rebates at closing as a credit against buyer closing costs, including prepaid property taxes and hazard insurance premiums paid at closing. A credit at closing is as good as cash because it directly reduces the amount of cash you would otherwise have to bring to closing. 

Most Real estate agents have to charge their serious clients much more than necessary to make up for all the fruitless efforts they expend on not-so-serious, high-maintenance people they have to deal with. They also must subsidize an inefficient business model with big offices, broker overrides, team leaders, billboards, etc. 

With me rebate deals, as real estate agent (myself) and my clients partner together to eliminate the waste–and to share the rewards!  We eliminate waste from our side (by running a lean operation with minimal overhead) and our buyer clients eliminate waste from their side (by doing their own market research and by being low-maintenance clients).

Rebate/cash-back must be paid at closing. Foreclosure or Short sale properties do not qualify for my rebate deals.

No! Only conscientious, decisive, well-prepared home buyers – who respect our time and their own – qualify for the rebate program. Indecisive, unprepared, unfocused home shoppers do not.

Yes, you can feel comfortable that you will receive the rebate from me. Once you decide you want to work with me, you and I will enter into a Buyer’s
Representation Agreement, which spells out the terms of the rebate. This is a binding contract and holds me responsible to provide you with the rebate,
as promised.

Yes and no.  We’re like the economy airline that provides the essential services at a great price by not building into the price many extra non-essentials.  For pre-owned homes, We provide showings, contracts, negotiations, final walkthroughs, and guidance from start to finish. For new construction, the builder does the showings and contracts, which is why the rebate is larger for new construction homes. We won’t shuttle your checks to the title company and we won’t sit next to you at closing, but we’ll verify your closing statement ahead of time and keep you on-track throughout the process. Our clients are willing to forgo hand-holding and get thousands of dollars back at closing instead!

Yes!  You can confirm it here right on the Texas Real Estate Commission’s website.  Rebates are helping introduce competition in an industry where true price competition is rare, despite the paradigm shift that has occurred in technology.  In 2005 the US Department of Justice successfully sued the Kentucky Real Estate Commission to allow rebates in Kentucky.  In 2007, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and DOJ issued a joint report “Competition in the Real Estate Brokerage Industry,” praising new business models like ours that are finally starting to make the real estate industry more competitive!

In our experience, buyer closing costs for PITI mortgages on home purchases in the 300k-700k range in Texas typically run about 2.7-3.1%, which is more than your 2% Resale.  Ask your lender for a “worksheet” of your estimated “cash to close”, inclusive of the expected rebate.  If the expected rebate excess your closing costs, let us know, so we can help suggest some work-arounds. 

If in any case you still have rebate money left over simply I will cut check to Home buyer’s name.(W9 required). Allow us minimum 15 days after closing date to receive this check. It is time between escrow agent mailing check, reflect balance into my account and sending you check after we receive W9 form. 

Four Easy Steps for Buyers

This important step will help you to decide whether we’re a good fit to work together (or not).

In this step, you get pre-approved with a lender and identify a shortlist of 1-3 finalists in the same area: homes that you are serious about and would like me to show you. You should drive by the home(s) first to be sure you like the neighborhood, street, etc. Just by driving by, you’ll be able to eliminate some homes that looked good online — too much traffic, power lines close by, odors, or other deal-breakers. When you are ready, willing, and able to see your finalists and make a reasonable offer, contact me for the showing.

If you are interested in new homes, please view new construction special instructions. If you go to open homes and sign in, always indicate that you are working with Jignesh Dhola (Beam Real Estate LLC) as your buyer’s agent. If you don’t mention a buyer’s agent when you sign in, the listing agent may refuse to pay a 3% buy-side commission, which means no 2% rebate for you).

If the showing goes favorable and we decide to work together, we’ll both sign a buyer’s agent agreement (for 45 days) to continue the process which locks in your 2% rebate. Next I’ll type a draft offer for your review, then send you a link by email to electronically sign the final copy once it’s exactly how you want it. I’ll submit the signed offer to the listing agent, work closely with you to negotiate the final price and terms, and help you address any concerns that may arise out of the inspection.

At Closing, you will get the keys to your new home, and you’ll get thousands of dollars towards your closing cost than you would have to bring it to the closing table if you had used a regular buyer’s agent who keeps entire 3% (Or a regular listing broker who keeps the entire 6%).

Show Me the Money!

Here’s a flowchart illustrating how the 2% Buyer rebate gets funded on a $600k home purchase.

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Builders

The following are some of the leading home builders in Texas today.

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Terms & Conditions

Payment of a rebate is subject to the consent of the party the license holder represents in the transaction.

Buyer’s rebate is based on Buyer’s agent Commission percentage which is 3% in most of the cases BUT IT IS NOT RULE. There are many builders (Individual sellers) who pays less than 3%. So always verify before you assume.

Texas Real Estate Commission Consumer Protection Notice 
 Texas Real Estate Commission Information About Brokerage Services.