Cash Rewards for Homebuyers: NestReady Offers Rewards

Buying a home is a significant expense. After saving for a down payment, homebuyers may have a difficult time finding enough funds to cover the additional costs of moving. Such as renovations, moving costs, and furniture purchases. Or maybe, it would be good to have a small cash buffer for support during the first couple of months of homeownership. These additional costs can amount to tens of thousands of dollars, that’s why NestReady gives the option of offering a cash reward for homebuyers utilizing our platform.

NestReady will give 0.5% of a home’s sale price back to the homebuyer when they use NestReady’s integrated NestFinder home search platform on the lender’s website, and purchase the property with one of our recommended Real Estate Agents. The amount of the cash reward is dependent on the price and geographic location of the specific property you purchase.  

Redeeming this cash reward is so easy: the homebuyer simply completes a survey via email after closing and receives the reward as a mailed check within 30 days. 

Buying a home doesn’t have to be so stressful and costly, NestReady provides homebuyers who utilize their platform with a better homebuying experience by offering a cash reward program that allows homebuyers to cover additional moving costs. 

Learn more about the NestFinder platform and how you can offer this benefit to your clients here.

NestReady bridges the gaps between consumers, banks, and real estate professionals, enabling financial institutions to offer a personalized and seamless home search process. With NestReady, lenders can enhance their marketing, increase engagement and client loyalty, and achieve higher and faster conversions — all through their own digital environment.

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