Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) December 18, 2007
The show must go on. In the face of tough times in the real estate market homebuyers find themselves with difficulty in finding home loans that suit their financial situations. Most commonly those challenges are accompanied by a lack of funds for down payment or closing costs. In an effort to help homeowners get back into the game while home prices are still low, Equity Alliance Properties is offering considerable cash incentives to their homebuyers.
Homebuyers in the $150,000 to $200,000 price range will automatically receive $1500 toward their down payment or closing costs. In addition, Equity Alliance Properties, with its award winning negotiation techniques, will in many cases secure an additional $10,000 to $20,000 for the Buyer in the way of Seller contributions, in this price range. As the price of the home goes up, so does the amount of guaranteed incentive from Equity Alliance Properties and also the amount of any additional incentives secured by contract.
Take for example a home with a list price of $2,250,000 and let's assume that it is priced fairly in today's market. Given current market conditions it is not unreasonable to expect an experienced broker such as Robert Hand of Equity Alliance Properties to secure through contract negotiations an additional $200,000 to $300,000 of Seller funded incentives on a home in this price range. After negotiations and Seller funded incentives we reach an agreed upon sales price of say, $1,990,000. Equity Alliance Properties will then guarantee upon successful close of escrow an additional direct cash incentive through escrow of $19,990, which the purchaser may use towards down payment, closing costs, or as cash back to the Buyer. Robert Hand of Equity Alliance Properties has just saved you $279,990 on the purchase of this luxury home. Don't allow yourself to be drawn in by the Seller's own real estate brokerage listing representative through their advertisements and promotions. These players are Seller's representatives; they represent only the Seller and do not represent your interests as a Buyer. The Seller's representative is bound by law and code of ethics not to disclose to any Buyer what kind of offers the Seller might accept and/or any concessions the Seller might be willing to make. Often the Seller doesn't even know just how low they will go until we get out the pen and paper and start written negotiations: hard line, cutting edge negotiations that make most folks uncomfortable to even try on their own. This is business. In fact it is the biggest business decision most of us make, our own personal real estate transactions. Don't go it alone. Better yet, get representation that will get you results and put you in a home with equity to boot.
To find out more about the incentives available to you in the price range of homes you are interested in, go to: http://www.equityallianceproperties.com to contact Robert Hand directly, the broker and owner of the company. Please mention this article. Thank you.
Written by: Robert W. Hand
Equity Alliance Properties
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