The difference between NJ Real Estate Boutique and a traditional brokerage is that we have moved out from under the old ways of buying and selling real estate. By not limiting our clients to conventional arrangements, we are able to offer multiple services for buyers and sellers.
We can list your property on MLS for an upfront flat fee. Our program allows you to choose additional services that cater to your property. We also offer the traditional full service program at a discount!
Our company will help you pay for closing costs!
Whether you're a buyer, seller, or a landlord, NJ Real Estate Boutique delivers the utmost customer service.
Our company serves almost all of New Jersey. In New Jersey there are 9 multiple listing services (MLS), we belong to almost all of them.
The commission for the buyer’s agent is split between the buyer and the buyer’s agent. It can be applied towards closing costs in the form of credit. The NJ Home Buyer Rebate is also referred to as a realtor rebate or commission rebate.
It is a percentage of the purchase price and it varies from property to property. As real estate professionals we do not get an annual salary or paid by the hour. This commission is how we get paid. The total commission is split with the listing agent and the buyer’s agent. For example, if the total commission is 6% the listing agent will get 3% and the buyer’s agent will get 3%.
Our company will give you a percentage of the commission we receive.
Closing costs are fees associated with the purchase of your property that are paid at the closing of the transaction. These may include fees for the title search, mortgage fees, attorney etc. Closing costs vary from property to property.
Yes, but if an agent from our company has shown you a property, they will still represent you for the purchase of that property.
In New Jersey the agent that first shows you the property is protected and will represent you by default. If another agent has shown you a property, we will not be able to represent you and you will lose the NJ Home Buyer Rebate. This applies to open houses as well. The buyers must disclose to the agent hosting the open house that they are represented by a buyer's agent.
No, the NJ Home Buyer Rebate is subject to change.
No! We believe customer service is key! We understand that buying a property is expensive and we would like to help you save money while helping to navigate you through the complex process of buying a property.
Add an answer to this item.Of course! Please reach out and we will email the NJ Home Buyer Rebate documents at no cost.
1. When visiting new developments you must be accompanied by your buyer's agent (it is required by most developments).
2. Register the name of your agent and our company on open house sign-in sheets.
3. Always disclose the name of your buyer's agent and our company.
4. Do not contact a listing agent.
5. Emails or questions should be asked via the buyer's agent.
6. Review and sign the NJ Home Buyer Rebate Agreement.