Anyone who’s had to move as an adult knows how expensive it can be. Buying or scrounging boxes and packing tape, renting a moving truck or hiring professionals, eating take out while your kitchen is packed up--it all adds up really fast. Most people also plan to make a few changes to a new house, even if it’s in good shape. Maybe you want to repaint or put in new cabinets. Maybe you’re moving to a larger place and need more furniture. The uncertainty of it all is super stressful, especially if you don’t have a savings cushion. This is why I decided to offer Utah real estate commission rebates in the first place. I know how hard my clients work getting everything ready to buy or sell a house.
What You Could Do With $4500? Get in Touch with Utah Real Estate Agents Offering Rebates
These days, with the COVID-19 pandemic in the background of everything, moving is even more stressful. Some people are moving to decrease living expenses, especially if they’ve lost work or are working less. Others have decided that living in an expensive city just isn’t worth it. Whatever your reason for moving, you’re going to face an uphill battle with all the precautions in place to lower the risk of spreading COVID-19. Now more than ever, people can use the safety net Utah real estate commission rebates provide. The average rebate for buyers is $4,500. Sellers get to keep that much of the purchase price, since my listing fee is only 1.5%.
Have you been feeling pressure to move but aren’t sure how to afford it? Start interviewing agents who offer a commission rebate. You want to make sure that they have a really good online marketing plan. Can you easily get in touch with them by phone, text, or email? Shop around and interview several agents before picking one.
Give me a call if you need an experienced Utah real estate agent. I’d love to talk about your home buying and selling plans.