Our goal is the same as yours: to help your clients achieve their home ownership dreams. Like you, we want their home buying experience to be smooth, efficient and rewarding, and we want that experience to be a credit to you.
By following our guidelines, such as personally registering your client on their first visit to each participating neighborhood, you can help ensure that everyone achieves their goals.
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You have questions, we have answers. Here are some of the most common inquiries we hear from our broker partners.
You must physically accompany and personally register your client (i.e., the Buyer) on their FIRST visit to the participating neighborhood of their choice. If your client has previously visited the community without you present as their agent/broker and registered on our community interest registry, no referral fee will be paid.
We use our own builder contract and addendums. The New Home Advisor at your client’s community of interest can send these to you.
Thanks for your interest! Please contact Janelle Brulotte, email@example.com, or Michael Bitz, firstname.lastname@example.org, at Quadrant Real Estate.
We are constantly updating our website with information regarding upcoming communities, and you can sign up to receive new information as it becomes available. You can also contact our New Home Specialist at email@example.com or 1.866.78-HOMES.
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**Assumptions. You are purchasing a single family home and primary residence. Rate is fixed. Debt-to-income ratio is less than 41% and excellent credit. These assumptions are subject to change without notice.
*This mortgage calculator is for illustrative purposes only and is not a guarantee. The monthly payment illustration on this tool does not include amounts for property taxes, insurance premiums, homeowner’s association dues, or other factors that potentially could affect your monthly payment. Therefore, your actual monthly payment will be higher. Interest rates change frequently and without notice. Financing availability and terms will depend on your situation.