For me, $12,000 dollars as cash back at closing was incredible" We paid all the moving day expenses and I still bought my 55 inch TV"
Will M. Boston Mass
Horsham, Pa (PRWEB) November 04, 2011
Nucazza, LLP, Horsham, PA’s leading real estate provider specializing in helping home buyers find and purchase new homes using real estate agreements that give them greater choice and transparency, has today announced it has now strategically aligned itself with several key banks and credit unions across the country with a view to bring the message of choice and transparency to banks’ customers.
According to Glenn Freezman, President, CEO and Chief Evangelist, who made the announcement, they are now conducting webinars and seminars to co-branded lending institutions and bringing a message of positive choice that allows us to identify home buyers on behalf of the lending institutions.
“We are also standing ready with the tools they’ll use to make informed decisions as to how they wish to buy a home and how they’ll go about paying for the services they’ll be accessing,” said Freezman, who run all interested home buyers through their database of participating Realtors.
As a free service to the home buyers, as well as all ACRE graduates, Freezman sees the “industry as being broken and wants very much want to be a part of the new change that is to come."
He sees “great changes coming in the real estate industry all to the benefit of our children and our grandchildren, both as buyers and sellers. Even those we called Evolutionary Realtors will one day all enjoy the richness of life that will be associated with this profession.”
Many of the companies (Family Abstract, Inc. et al) that Freezman has worked with over the years have conducted over 100,000 real estate transactions, and the number one question that has been asked over, and over, has had to with the amount of commission being paid to the Realtors at closing.
“Most buyers have insisted it was their money that paid for the commissions, since it was added to the sales price. However, the "Gentlemen of Real Estate” that began it all were smart enough to put it in the Agreement of Sale to protect their own Assets,” noted Freezman, who pointed to “Question 1A” that questioned “what does 6% commission have anything to do with the value my agent brought me? How does one equate to the other? Why am I handing money to everyone?”