ROGEE® Rebates for BUYERS
Limited-time Offer for ROGEE®
customers, on specified houses for sale. Savings vary by market.
As a real property buyer (person[s] and/or entity listed on the recorded deed), you get the ROGEE Rebates when you buy with ROGEE representing you as your Buyer's Agent. ROGEE Rebates are processed (debit from Agent's commission, Credited to Buyer's total funds) in the escrow phase of the buying transaction.
Real estate broker/agent commission rebates are allowed by the State of California. ROGEE Rebates are subject to lender approval and are not available where prohibited by law, including in Alabama, Alaska, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Tennessee.
Rebates amount not guaranteed. ROGEE
Rebates amount may vary according to purchase price, prevailing market conditions, and other factors. In some circumstances buyer's lender may not allow buyer to receive a rebate and ROGEE
cannot guarantee that all lenders will allow 100% distribution of the ROGEE
Rebates. Buyers are advised to discuss the ROGEE
Rebates with their lenders, in advance, the anticipated receipt of the ROGEE
Rebates. Got questions? Contact us at ROGEE.com
ROGEE® Rebates for SELLERS
Keep thousands of dollars for yourself when you sell your house with ROGEE®
and pay less sales commission. Instead of the traditional 5% to 6% that sellers pay to traditional agents, when you sell with ROGEE
and get the ROGEE Agent Commission Rebates, you'll end up paying as low as 3.0% to 4.5% to sell your property.
What Can I Make from Selling My House?
to find out how much you can make from selling your specific property. One thing for sure, you will save between 1.5% to 3.0% in sales commission, which will translate to thousands of dollars saved with ROGEE
. Got questions? Contact us at ROGEE.com
U.S. DOJ and IRS
The United States federal government encourages Rebates.
DOJ: According to the United States Department of Justice (DOJ): ''REBATES MAKE BUYING A HOME LESS EXPENSIVE,'' stating further that ''Rebates can save consumers several thousand dollars in a single transaction. Offering rebates and incentives is one way that real estate brokers can compete for consumers' business, leading to lower prices to consumers.'' See infographics below.
IRS: According to the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Publication 525: Taxable and Nontaxable Income, Rebates are Tax-free. The IRS states it specifically as follows: ''Cash rebates from a dealer or manufacturer for an item you buy'' is Nontaxable. The word manufacturer has been clarified to include ''auto (dealer)'' and ''home (broker)'' -- manufacturers of autos and homes, respectively.