Buyers Save $2000 up to $20000 Cash Back Program!
Our Buyer Clients can receive $2000 up to $20000 after closing on their new or next home!
How does the program work? That is the easy part:
- Buyer must have a written buyer brokerage agreement with Silas Frazier Realty LLC.
- Buyer agrees to inform all new home communities that he/she visits that buyer is being represented by Silas Frazier Realty LLC.
- Buyer will search for homes over the internet and with Broker. If Buyer finds a home on the internet that Buyer likes, Buyer will first drive by the home to determine if he/she likes the outside of the home and the neighborhood. If Buyer likes both, the Buyer will give Broker the property address, and the selling agent or home owner's name and telephone number, so that Broker can set up an appointment for Buyer and Broker to see the inside of the property.
- Property must close in 30 to 45 days after it goes under contract.
- Buyer agrees at if lender who is lending the money to the Buyer to purchase the home does not allow for third party contributions, then the Buyer Broker cannot give Buyer the funds.
- Funds must be shown on the settlement statement
Program is based on Buyer Broker receiving at least 3% commission of the purchase price of the Home.
|Home Purchased for
||$185,000 up to $200,249 Buyer's TPC up to $2000
||$200,250 up to $312,499 Buyer's TPC up to $2500
||$312,500 up to $624,999 Buyer's TPC up to $3000
||$625,000 up to $1,249,999 Buyer's TPC up to $3500
||$1,250,000 up to $2,499,999 Buyer's TPC up to $5000
||$2,500,000 up to $5,000,000 Buyer's TPC up to $20,000
||Any home priced under $185,000 can receive up to $1000
For Your Consideration
- Even if the quality of a school district doesn't matter to you now, remember it might someday to another buyer.
- Expect lower maintenance costs with a brand-new home.
- When interest rates are low, opt for a fixed mortgage.
- Pay attention to floor plans. Changing layouts of rooms later, can be costly.
- You can deduct on that years tax return points paid by either party on the purchase of your own residence.
- If the present owner has a title insurance policy less than 3 years old, you could have substantial savings by buying a reissue of that policy rather than a completely new one.
- Pay attention to the original listing date of the homes you inspect. Sellers tend to be more flexible in price the longer the home is on the market.
- A house that is oriented to take advantage of the sun, wind and topography costs less to heat and cool which can save you substantially on utility bills.
- Buying a house whose style is uniquely individual tends to minimize, not maximize, its resale value because the house will appeal to a more limited audience of potential buyers.
- If you think you may need more space in the near future, be sure the house and lot will allow for expansion.
- Redoing a kitchen can be expensive. Be sure you know what you need and want before you buy.
- Before you buy a house that may have a wet basement problem, get a good unbiased diagnosis from a professional with moisture control experience. The solution could be costly.
- A roof that complements the style of a home and is carefully maintained adds to the home's visual appeal and its resale value.
- A light-colored roof reflects heat and is best in areas where air-conditioning is the greater energy user. In colder weather climates, a dark roof is preferable because it absorbs more heat. In temperate climates, a middle-range shade is best.
- The three most popular wall choices are brick, wood siding and stucco. About half of all home shoppers prefer brick for exterior walls; about one-third prefer wood siding; and about one-fifth prefer stucco.
- Wood floors suggest warmth, quality and good taste and are an asset when it comes time to sell a house.
- Most home shoppers prefer a combination of ceramic tile and vinyl wallpaper as a covering for bathroom walls, creating a positive effect on the house's resale value. Ceramic tile is usually installed wherever water comes in contact with the wall.
- Plant deciduous trees, shrubs and vines on south and west sides of the home to provide shade in the summer and sunshine in the winter. Remember trees enhance the beauty and value of a lot and house.