Homes For Heroes FAQ
What is the program about?
Homes for Heroes® provides real savings and rewards for heroes who work every day to make our communities safer and better places to live. Homes for Heroes is a network of real estate professionals who are prepared to give real savings to those who serve their communities, when they buy, sell or refinance a home. This program is our way to say Thank You!
Who qualifies as a hero?
Our core group of heroes include military (active and retired), police officers, firefighters, educators, healthcare workers and non-profit organization employees. If you think you might qualify tell us what you do for your community. When you are buying, selling or refinancing a home, let us say thank you for all you do!
How much will I save?
The total amount you save will depend on the final selling or buying price of your home. Homes for Heroes affiliate Realtors® agree to give 25% of their gross commission to be paid towards your closing. Discounted lender fees on purchases and refinances with a Homes for Heroes affiliate lender. The savings can be thousands of dollars!
Do I have to use all of your affiliates to receive the savings?
The rebates and savings offered through the Homes for Heroes program come directly from our Realtor® and lender affiliates. You can take advantage of either the lending discounts, the Realtor rebates or both!
Are there a lot of extra applications, forms and paperwork?
The Homes for Heroes Promise:
- No extra forms
- No red tape
- No fine print
- No hidden fees
- No catch
How did the program get started?
Formed shortly following the tragic events of September 11, 2001, and bolstered by a shared admiration for the “heroes” employed as firefighters, emergency medical technicians and law enforcement officers, a group of Minnesota business owners created this innovative network of real estate professionals called Homes for Heroes. This network was established to offer considerable savings to heroes when they buy, sell or refinance a home. Since, then, the program has expanded to military (past & present), educators and healthcare professionals.
What if I am already working with a Realtor or lender?
If you are currently represented by a Realtor or working with a lender it is not our intention to solicit your business. If you like, you can have your real estate professional contact Homes for Heroes for more information.
Are Homes for Heroes Realtors and lenders qualified and full service?
Yes! Our affiliates offer full service at a discounted rate. Our full service Realtors provide professional support in every aspect of buying or selling a home. We are able to offer more savings than anyone else because of our strong business relationships with our Homes for Heroes affiliates. Our lenders are committed to providing you with top-notch service and great discount. Homes for Heroes has strict affiliate membership requirements to ensure you will be represented by the best of the best Our affiliates receive ongoing training an coaching to ensure they are knowledgeable in how to provide you with the best possible service. You will have an opportunity to complete a survey after the sale and Homes for Heroes affiliates must maintain excellent survey results.
How do I sign up?
This just sounds too good to be true. Why should I trust you?
Homes for Heroes was made for you. We want you to rely on us for savings now and in the future, so we’ll treat you in a way that will make you want to turn to us again. We want you feel great about referring us to your friends and family. Still not convinced? We invite you to read about what our Heroes have to say about their experiences working with us at www.HomesforHeroes.com.
Homes for Heroes®, Thanking Heroes One Home at a Time™
www.HomesForHeroes.com (866) 4437637
Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Oregon, Alaska, Tennessee, and Missouri have restrictions on rebates.
Please contact Homes for Heroes® for further details.
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