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How to buy your next home with RobinHood Flat Fee


 1) Search for Properties
Search for a property on your favorite website, i.e. Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia, etc..  Sign up to receive new listings. 

2) Identify Properties
Once you have visited the home you are interested in purchasing, call your RobinHood agent. We can inform you on the details such as offer dates, disclosures and any particulars about the home. 

3) What’s the Right Price
We help you in determining the correct value of the home using the data from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). 

4) Understanding the Disclosures
Disclosures can be daunting, we have literally looked at thousands over the last 22+ years. We’ll guide you through understanding the mounds of documents and point out any red flags.

5) Submit A Winning Offer
When you are ready to place your offer, we will use our 22+ years as traditional Realtors to help you create a winning offer packet. We will guide you on the best approach, what contingencies you should place and what the common allocations of cost are for your area.

6) Smooth Closing
After your offer has been accepted, we’ll guide you through the closing process. We’ll coordinate with your lender and the title company to make sure everything is in place for a smooth close of escrow.

 

 

 

RobinHood will guide you through Assessing the Market, placing a value, understanding the disclosures and what to look out for, submit an offer, negotiation and counter offers, guide you through the inspection process and conduct a smooth closing. 


 


What Is a Home Buyer Rebate?


A home buyer rebate is when a real estate agent working with a buyer gives a portion of the commission they receive back to the buyer at Close of Escrow (COE). The buyer can then use this rebate to buy down points on their mortgage, pay advance HOA fees, pay a part of the property tax, pay less for the home (which will lower your property taxes) and in some cases they can even take the rebate as cash at COE. It is important to note, if you are using a mortgage lender, they have to approve how you use the rebate no matter what a Realtor tells you. Some lenders will not allow a rebate in the form of cash at closing, if that is the case with your lender, you can use your rebate for one of the other options mentioned in this article. If you are paying cash for your home, that all goes out the window.

A commission rebate can help a buyer afford more home or to save on closing cost for their dream home. In a seller's market, a savvy buyer might use the rebate as a tool to stand out from the competition. If a home is listed at $700,000, a buyer receiving a rebate could potentially offer $714,000—and pay the exact same amount as another buyer that offered $700,000. Another wise approach is to have the buyer(s) agent reduce their commission off the sales price, therefore, you pay less and reduce your property taxes ;)

For homes that receive multiple offers, this could be the difference between your offer being accepted, and months of searching for another home.

Find the home you are interested in...RobinHood will guide you through Assessing the Market, placing a value, understanding the disclosures and what to look out for, submit an offer, negotiation and counter offers, guide you through the inspection process and conduct a smooth closing. 

RobinHood will credit you up to 2% at closing. 
Contact RobinHood today for more details 
Call (800) 831-1981 to speak with an agent