Buyer 1% Rebate Program Terms and Conditions
The Buyer 1% Rebate Program is based on the purchase price of home as reflected on the Purchase and Sale Agreement.
To be eligible for the 1% Rebate Program, the following forms must be completed, accepted and signed. These forms are provided by Maximum One Realty and are as follows.
1. Purchase and Sale Agreement
2. Sellers Property Disclosure
3. Exclusive Buyer Brokerage Agreement
4. Buyer 1% Rebate Program Terms and Conditions
Buyer 1% Rebate Program is only available on residential homes (listings) that offer Buyer Agent Commissions of at least 3% and the sales price is more than $100,000.
Land & Lot sales are not eligible for the 1% Buyer Rebate unless the sales price is more than $100,000.
Commercial Listings are not eligible for the 1% Buyer Rebate Program
Property must be located in one of the following counties to be eligible for the 1% Buyer Rebate: Paulding, Polk, Bartow,
The 1% rebate will be reduced by half if the Maximum One Realty Agent is required to pay any referral fees to other agents.
The 1% Rebate Program is subject to approval from Buyer/Buyers lending institution.
The Buyer 1% Rebate Program must and will be disclosed to all parties on the Purchase and Sale Agreement.
You may be required to sign additional forms necessary for IRS disclosure. Maximum One Realty recommends consulting with a professional tax consultant / accountant for advice.
Buyer is not eligible for Buyer 1% Rebate Program after six personal tours of individual homes/properties with their agent.
The 1% rebate adjustments will be made on the HUD-1 settlement statement and/or the Purchase and Sale Agreement only, no third parties rebates.
Maximum One Realty is only able to offer rebates to buyers who assist in the search process of their home.
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A Buyers brokerage agreement must be signed with a minimum four month term.
This program is subject to change without notice.
This program is subject to conditions, limitations, and exclusions.