Too good to be true? Our Rebate Program is free and does not obligate you in any way. However, in order to participate in our rebate program you must register on newhomesiowa.com to receive your rebate certificate. This certificate will function as an explanation to a listing agent or new home builder rep that you learned about their property through us and are eligible to receive a real estate rebate at closing. If you do not request the rebate form from newhomesiowa.com prior arranging your 1st showing appointment, you may not be eligible for a rebate.
The amount of the rebate is equal to 1% of the purchase price of the home.
By registering at newiowahomes.com. Only applicable on new construction homes in our MLS.
The U.S. Department of Justice provides consumers with a Real Estate Rebate Calculator (click here) to see how much a buyer can save.
We provide a transactional brokerage relationship with our home buyer, meaning we work for you! We communicate with all interested parties. We assist you with negotiating the sales price you want and assist you with dealing with the closing company. You may also use our moving truck at no cost to you. In addition, get up to $2000 in closing costs with one of our preferred lenders.
Every new home in the REALTOR MLS (Multiple Listing Service) qualifies for our real estate cash rebate program. Search newhomesiowa.com to find the new home you want by yourself, on your own time. We can provide you a daily automated email of properties from the Realtor Multiple Listing Service (MLS) that match your search criteria you provide us– our system will automatically e-mail you new listings as soon as the listings hit the market. In order to know just what you are looking for, please fill out THIS FORM. Please take your time answering the questions on the form here so we can tailor your personal property search to fit your needs.
Are you looking for a newly built home? Call us to be provided a list of new home builders who participate in our buyer rebate program.
While we can't give legal or financial advice. Clients have reported to us that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may deem real estate commission rebates as "NOT TAXABLE INCOME" because they are viewed as an "adjustment to the purchase price" and thus may not be considered as part of the "purchaser's gross income". We encourage you to consult your legal and financial counsel.