Kissimmee, FL, May 26, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- BuyersMarketRebates.com, a Florida-based real estate purchase consulting firm, has announced that it will begin serving real estate buyers in the south and southeast.
Deploying a similar concept as that of Redfin.com (recently featured on 60 minutes as a seller-side rebate provider), BMR will be assisting home buyers in their new purchase while providing direct cash rebates equal to 2% of the home price. For example, a new home valued at $300,000 would yield a $6,000 buyer rebate. This amount can help offset closing costs, or it can be used to purchase furnishings, upgrades, or whatever else the buyer chooses.
“We are looking to incite a major shift in the way people buy a new home.” said BMR president Raymond Butterfield. “This is a buyers market, but many buyers simply are not aware of the rebates they could receive when purchasing a newly-constructed property. A tremendous opportunity exists for these shoppers to pocket thousands of dollars by enlisting the assistance of a BMR representative. Passing these types of rebates on to purchasers is a new concept in real estate, and it appeals to buyers for obvious reasons.”
BMR was formed in July of 2006 in response to the growing trend toward self-service, Web-based home shopping. BMR allows prospective purchasers to view new construction listings online, contact a BMR representative to submit an offer, and receive a percentage of the incentive that builders typically pocket upon closing. “The bottom line is that we believe buyers should share in the benefit when they purchase a new home,” added Butterfield.
BMR is affiliated with Avenue One Realty, Inc. and can facilitate any real estate transaction in the state of Florida, which means that resale rebates are also available in many cases.
For more information on BMR, please visit their website at www.buyersmarketrebates.com.