Washington, DC

The innovative brokerage that has saved home sellers over $10,000,000 is celebrating the savings by giving back to home buyers.

Houwzer’s team of top rated, salaried agents are offering D.C. Metro home buyers a $1,500 rebate if they meet with an agent and sign a buyer agency agreement by May 31.

The $1,500 rebate is paid as a credit towards closing costs. As the nation’s first real estate brokerage B Corporation, giving back has been a part of Houwzer’s identity since the beginning.

“We’re giving home sellers their equity back and giving back to our local communities by donating money and employee work hours to charity,” said Houwzer Co-founder and CEO Mike Maher. “We’ve been able to make a big impact so far, but we want to do more. Giving home buyers $1,500 towards their closing is a small part of that.”

After earning over 600 five-star reviews, Houwzer’s highly trained, salaried agents have taken the D.C. Metro by storm.

Jacob Szewczyk of Silver Spring, Maryland spoke highly of his experience buying a home with them. “We had an idea of what we wanted in a home and knew the very basics about what the process would entail. As we started to look into the nuts and bolts of home buying, we quickly became overwhelmed.”

That all changed when they met their Houwzer agent.

“We could not have hoped for a better experience,” Jacob said. “Most importantly, there was never any pressure to buy.”

He praised Houwzer’s agents for their customized search process, knowledge, competence and honesty.

To qualify for Houwzer’s $1,500 rebate, buyers must mention the rebate before signing a buyer agency agreement by May 31, and purchase a property that offers a minimum buyer agent commission of $5,000 (typically any property that sells for over $200,000).


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