We give significant cash rebates if you use one of our Real Estate Agents as your Realtor when buying a home in the Orlando area.  And to make it even better, we are buyer agents, which means we represent your interests, not the seller's interests.  Buyer Rebates Realty can show you homes in Orlando along with any home in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake or Polk counties.  Call us now at 407-629-2300 to let us help you find your next home in Orlando!  

 

Estimate Your Rebate

The rebate in chart below is based on the seller (or builder) paying Buyer Rebates Realty a 3% commission. 
 

  

Buyer Rebates Realty offers Orlando real estate home buyers (new homes or resale homes) cash back.  We give the real estate buyer half of our commission - a commission that is paid by the seller.  Buyer Rebates Realty, a Florida licensed real estate brokerage, was actually one of the first real estate companies in the country to offer cash rebates to real estate buyers. 

 

We offer significant rebates on ANY resale home listed with ANY Realtor, on new home construction, on bank owned homes (REOs) and on short sales throughout Orlando as well as all of Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake and Polk counties. 

  

 

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Our clients include relocating buyers, move-up buyers, investors and first time buyers.

 

Work with a professional Buyer Agent and in addition to finding the perfect property you will also receive a "significant cash rebate" from Buyer Rebates Realty at closing.  As so many of our past real estate buyers have said - why buy a home any other way!

 

Beyond our great rebate program, we are Realtors and Buyer Agents/Buyer Brokers offering full service, first class Buyer Broker services. What that means is we are real estate agents that represent you, the home buyer. 

 
Orlando
 

A favorite Central Florida vacation destination, Orlando is beloved for its theme parks, water parks, shopping malls and dining.  Orlando is nicknamed "The City Beautiful" and its symbol is the fountain at Lake Eola.

 

As for theme parks, the city is best known for Walt Disney World/The Magic Kingdom 20 miles southwest of Downtown Orlando.  Also of note are Universal Orlando, comprised of Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, Sea World, Aquatica, Discovery Cove, Wet ‘n Wild, The Holy Land Experience and Gatorland.

 

For those wanting to spend some time shopping, there are many spots, including the Florida Mall which is the largest mall in Orlando with over 250 stores, a half dozen anchor department stores and the Mall at Millenia which is a contemporary two-level upscale shopping mall, including Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s.    IKEA is also near the mall.

 

Orlando is also home to the University of Central Florida, which is the fourth largest university in the United States in terms of enrollment.

 

The Florida Film Festival which takes place in venues throughout the Orlando area is one of the most respected regional film festivals in the country and attracts budding filmmakers from around the world. Orlando is also popular among independent filmmakers.

 

The Orlando Metropolitan Area is home to a substantial theater population. Several professional and semi-professional houses and many community theaters include the Central Florida Ballet, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Orlando Repertory Theatre.  Additionally, both University of Central Florida and Rollins College in nearby Winter Park are home to theater departments.

 

The Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre hosts national Broadway tours on a regular basis. This venue, built in 1926, will be replaced by the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts in 2014.

 

The Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival, which draws touring companies from around the world, is hosted in various venues over Orlando's Loch Haven Park every spring. At the festival, there are also readings and fully staged productions of new and unknown plays by local artists.

  
 
 

Buyer Agent Services

 

When given the choice between working with a “Buyer Agent” or working with a traditional seller’s real estate agent, the choice is obvious.  As the name implies, Buyer Agents work for the buyer and owe their fiduciary duty to the buyer.  This is no small distinction.  The State of Florida has promulgated a “Single Agent Notice” which defines the duties Buyer Brokers (single agents) owe the buyer.  See Florida Statute 475.278(3)(a)

 

Dealing honestly and fairly

Loyalty

Confidentiality

Obedience

Full disclosure

Accounting for all funds

Skill, care, and diligence in the transaction

Presenting all offers and counteroffers in a timely manner, unless a party has previously directed the licensee otherwise in writing

Disclosing all known facts that materially affect the value of residential real property and are not readily observable

 

As you can see, real estate buyers are much better served working with a Buyer’s Agent.  It is also important to note that a single agent Realtor working for the seller (a “seller’s real estate agent”) owes the seller these same duties.  It would make no sense for a buyer of a home to use the seller’s real estate agent during negotiations.

 

 

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