How and Why does Stuart Give So Much Back to the Consumer?

I started giving Texas New Home Rebates in the Summer of 2004 for one reason; the amount of time and work involved in doing new home sales was minimal. A friend called me and asked me to be his Realtor on a new house that he wanted to buy. He had already picked out a home and had already negotiated his deal. The price was $96K. His only problem was that he needed more cash to pay closing costs. Since the salesman for the Builder had no more flexibility to give my friend more closing cost contributions he suggested the new home cash back idea. So my friend called me and proposed that all I had to do was agree to be his Realtor and give back the two percent for closing costs. I would make 1% less the $125 transaction fee that I give to my Broker. I hadn't seen this friend for at least two years so it was like money falling out of the sky. All I did was sign some papers with the Builder, accompany the Buyer to the final walk-through, smooth out a small problem concerning the closing date (several phone calls and explain some contract details to the Buyer), and go to the closing (which I always do). Well, I made $835 on that transaction. One of my Realtor associates said that he would "NEVER do a transaction and make so little money and belittle my profession". At first I felt a little guilty but then I thought about how much time and effort I put into the deal and said to myself "I'll do these deals all day long. I was fairly compensated for my time". So I started telling everyone I knew about what I was doing and Texas new home buyers started responding.

My Realtor Rebate is not for everyone. Some Buyers want to ride in some Realtor's Lexus and go see all the different new houses and new home communities with an agent. And if you want to pay a Realtor thousands of dollars to do that then that's fine. Other Buyers think that they can negotiate the Realtor's 3% and his Bonus, if there is one, off the price of their new house. And if they think they are smart enough to do that, then more power to them, but the better Builders don't practice those tactics and those that do are like automobile dealers and you will never know if you got the best deal that could be offered.

I can guarantee this to any Buyer: You will receive a minimum of 84% and up to 96% of any and ALL my cash commissions paid by theTexas new home Builder and I put that in writing in the "Buyer's Representation Agreement" with you. In addition you will gain my experience in whatever negotiating possibilities might exist with any particular Home Builder or New Home community. All of the monies paid out by the Builder to the Broker are revealed in the final settlement statement prepared by the Title Company as required by federal RESPA laws.

Stuart B. Scholer, A leading realtor will give a minimum of 84% of any and ALL cash commission paid by Texas new home Builder. Get a 2.52% real estate rebate of your New Home in Houston from us.