Get a $3,000 to $20,000 Cash Rebate When You Buy a New House in Florida*
Share the complete Client Representation Form with homebuilders in every community that you visit.
Now that you are represented by Kash Realty we will Rebate 50% of the real estate commission received back to you when you close on your home.
If you are interested in purchasing a home in the Tampa Bay, Orlando, Sarasota/Manatee, Fort Myers/Naples, Jacksonville, Miami/Fort Lauderdale or other areas of Florida, you could be entitled to CASH BACK upon close.
At Kash Realty, we work with new home buyers throughout the State of Florida to put cash back into their pockets! We offer 50% real estate commission rebate which can translate into thousands of dollars for you.
Help Understand Purchase Process
At Kash Realty, we understand how overwhelming the home buying can be, especially if you’ve never done so before. That’s why we’re here to help, providing you with a professional advisor to guide you through each step.
Provide Industry Insights
Many new homeowners struggle to determine which criteria are most essential. The community? The local school system? Your commute to work? Our local experts can provide you with an objective second opinion at no cost.
Answer Any Question
The home buying process is lengthy, even after you’ve signed a contract. It could take up to 60 days to close on a home after signing the contract. But rest assured, we’re here to answer all of your questions, seven days a week.
Reviewing Your House Choice Together
We are very familiar with the area, which is why we’re there for you. Even if you are confident in the community you’ve chosen, don’t hesitate to confirm your choice with us.
We protect homebuyers, which is why we’ll review your contract documents diligently. We’ll make sure every I is dotted and every T is crossed so that your rights remain in place.
With You at Closing
Closing on a home can be daunting. It’s also one of the times where things tend to go wrong. We’ll be with you at closing to ensure your dream home becomes a reality.
Is there a particular homebuilder with whom you’d like to work? Are you attracted to a specific area or community? Be sure to check out our Home Builders and Communities pages to learn more.
We got our start in the Tampa Bay community and care genuinely about our friends, family, and neighbors in the area. It’s one of the primary reasons why we’ve stuck around for years.
Local Market Expertise
Our time in the area has allowed us to become very familiar with various developers and communities. We know the local homebuilders’ market inside and out and can answer any question you have.
We are a family-owned business, and we seek to deliver this experience to each one of our customers. When working with Kash Realty we treat you like a family.
We Know Tampa Bay
Our team’s network is extensive. No matter if you’re looking to work with a particular homebuilder or would like the inside scoop on a new community, we’ve got you covered.
What is a New Home Rebate?
Generally, a homebuilder will only pay a commission when a homebuyer is represented by a realtor. The builder will typically pay a commission to any realtor who delivers them a qualified homebuyer who ends up purchasing a home. When you choose Kash Realty to act as your realtor, we’ll give you 50 percent of the commission we earn.
How Do I Qualify for a New Home Rebate?
Anyone purchasing a new home is eligible for the New Home Rebate, as long as they choose a homebuilder who pays a real estate commission. Buyers will also need to make sure that they print the Client Registration Form and provide it to the sales rep when visiting a community.
Is this only for new construction homes?
The program tends to focus on homes that are newly constructed. However, this is not a rule that’s set in stone. Feel free to contact us to learn more about whether the purchase of an existing home could qualify for a rebate.
Is there a catch? Are there any restrictions?
There’s no catch! The process is simple. If we collect a commission on the purchase of your home, you’ll receive half of it back in the form of a credit to you on the closing statement.