Reston, there’s a new way to sell and buy your home — and it means big cash back to you.
ListingKey, the newest real estate brokerage to enter the DMV, provides cash rebates on each home sale, from both sides of the transaction. With the ListingKey Financial Advantage, sellers receive up to 2 percent back at closing. On a $438,000 sale — the median price in Reston in June — that’s $8,600 returned to the home seller. Talk about real money in your pocket.
For home buyers, a $438,000 transaction returns 1.25 percent back at closing, a bonus of $5,475. Perfect for funding future home improvements like a small bathroom renovation, a new roof, updated fencing or fresh landscaping. Or even just a nice vacation.
ListingKey is also launching a streamlined, automated buying and selling platform that reduces obstacles, saves time and eliminates the stress involved in what is one of your most important transactions of your life — by connecting home sellers and buyers directly.
Consumers control every aspect of the transaction, and for sellers, that means driving negotiations with prospective buyers and the signing on the bottom line to close the deal. Plus, professional photography, 3D tours, MLS syndication marketing materials and more.
For buyers that means exploring up-to-the-minute new listings, scheduling home showings, drafting offers and even signing deals with electronic signatures. AND remember the 1.25 percent cash back (up to $80,000) for your effort.
Behind ListingKey are real estate veterans who are there to support you through every phase of your search for a new home and to get the most money out of selling your current one.
At every step, a ListingKey professional is standing by to help. While cash back is the promise, quality service is their mission.
Thinking about selling? Find your home’s value here.
Looking for a home in Reston? Call 571-363-4016 or email at [email protected].
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