FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who will actually be listing my home?
If my home is already listed or if I am working with a buyer's agent, can I still participate?
Not at this time. If you have already signed a buyers brokerage agreement or listing agreement to sell your home, Relocal Move cannot help you at this time. Please contact us after your listing has expired or after you have terminated your agreement with your current broker.
How much is the rebate benefit?
When I buy or sell a home with Relocal Move, who else benefits?
Can my family members take advantage of this real estate rebate?
From the time I contact Relocal Move, how long before a real estate agent contacts me?
We allow 72 hours for the agent to contact you from the time your application is accepted. If you submit your application on a Friday, please allow three business days for your agent to get in touch with you.
Will Relocal Move send me just one real estate agent or will I be able to interview several?
Do I have to sign a long listing or buyer agency agreement?
What if I change my mind about selling my home during the listing period?
Just let your agent know about your change of mind. There is no binding contract that states that you have to sell your home if you have not already entered into a Purchase and Sale agreement with a buyer. However, there may be a small fee charged by the Multiple Listing Service in your area for removing your listing from their website before the expiration date. This fee is usually between $25 and $75 depending on your area.
When will I get my rebate?
All rebates will be given in the form of a rebate check approximately one week after closing. Please be aware that you will also be sent a 1099 tax form as the IRS may consider this rebate as taxable.
Is my rebate considered taxable income for me?
Yes, we are required by law to send you a 1099 tax form. Please consult a tax professional for legal advice regarding your rebate.