Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 23, 2012
More and more people are choosing WaLaw Realty to buy a home or sell a home in the Seattle area. So far in the first quarter of 2012, WaLaw’s new business has exceeded projections by 133%. WaLaw has taken on nearly twice as many new clients as compared to the same period last year.
What explains this growth? First and foremost, WaLaw charges its clients a flat rate for real estate agent services rather than a commission. When sellers hire WaLaw, they save the difference between the flat fee and a typical seller agent’s commission. When buyers use WaLaw to buy a new home, they receive a rebate of the full buyer’s agent’s commission at closing.
As a result, WaLaw clients save a lot of money. Recently, WaLaw passed the $1,000,000 mark in rebates to its buyer clients, actual money returned to buyers at closing. Just this week, WaLaw set a new record for a rebate: $65,884! The rebate typically pays most or all of a WaLaw buyer’s closing costs, and any balance is used to reduce the sale price. To date, WaLaw clients, sellers and buyers combined, have saved more than 1.25 million dollars. The average WaLaw client saves more than $12,000 when compared to the fees charged by typical agents.
But that’s not the only reason why consumers are choosing WaLaw. WaLaw works hand-in-hand with its affiliated law firm, Blackmon Holmes PLLC. When a client hires WaLaw, they also hire Blackmon Holmes, so every WaLaw client works with an attorney whose practice is focused on residential real estate. Accordingly, WaLaw clients get the skill and knowledge of a practicing attorney, along with the real estate insight and access they need to be successful.
WaLaw Realty is a new model real estate brokerage and law firm in Seattle, WA. WaLaw Realty was started in 2009 by Marc Holmes and Craig Blackmon, attorneys licensed in Washington State (“WaLaw” being short for Washington Lawyers). For more information, please see the WaLaw web site, or attend one of WaLaw’s free Home Buyer Classes being offered this spring.