Digs Realty offers superior service and cash back when you close. We share up to 67% of our commission with you, putting tens of thousands of dollars back in your pocket.
Cash Back Rebate at Closing
Buyer agents typically earn a 2.5% or 3% commission paid by the seller at closing. At Digs, we work for you, so instead of sharing our commission with a big brokerage company like most brokers do, we share our commission with you, giving you an immediate cash back rebate worth thousands.
Full Service buyer Representation
Digs offers the complete suite of real estate brokerage services, with one major difference to better suit the needs of home buyers in today’s changing marketplace: we give you up to 67% of our broker commission when you close.
Digs Rebate Breakdown
It’s as simple as this… You always know exactly what your rebate will be
Paying $7,500,000 or more for your NEW home?
Digs keeps 1% of the purchase price
YOU KEEP THE REST OF DIGS’ COMMISSION UP TO 2%!
Paying $1,000,000 to $7,499,999 for your new home?
Digs keeps 1.25% of the purchase price
YOU KEEP THE REST OF DIGS’ COMMISSION UP TO 1.75%!
Paying less than $1,000,000 for your new home?
Digs keeps $12,500
YOU KEEP THE REST OF DIGS’ COMMISSION UP TO 1.75%!
in rebates and discounts since 2014, and counting. How much will Digs give you?
Calculate your broker commission rebate with Digs
Plug in your purchase price and the broker commission and hit enter to determine your rebate
Why buy with Digs?
Honesty and Integrity
Buying a home may be the biggest financial commitment of your life; you want a broker you can trust. We believe in always giving it to you straight, even when it costs us. We never try to pressure, persuade, or sell you. We provide an objective assessment of every property our clients wish to evaluate, and often tell clients why they shouldn’t buy a place. We consider ourselves consultants and fiduciaries, rather than salespeople or brokers.
Guidance and Expertise
With years of real estate experience, Digs provides strategic advice and assistance from start to finish. To help you get from your accepted offer to your move-in, we can also connect you to a robust network of high quality real estate attorneys, mortgage professionals, home inspectors, architects, general contractors, movers and more.
Detailed Market Analysis
We provide an in-depth analytical report on the market value of any home you wish to bid on, so you can be comfortable with whatever offer you decide to make. Our reports ensure you have confidence when we enter negotiations on your behalf.
With the advent of websites like Streeteasy and Trulia, we understand buyers have been empowered to handle many aspects of their search themselves. For that, we reward you with cash back at closing. We also understand exactly how to complement your contributions by providing invaluable services every step of the way that you would not get by going it alone.
Get started with Digs Realty
Ask us questions about the home buying process, learn more about Digs and our rebate model, and share your real estate goals.
We will set you up with our automated listings feed. If you are interested in any, we will schedule an appointment and accompany you. To save you time and protect your personal information, list Digs as your broker on sign-in sheets at open houses.
To get the most out of our services, keep in touch. Let us know what you like, and alert us if your preferences and priorities change, so we can serve you best. We are your partners in this process.
Every client receives our full range of services. We will always be your partner and advisor, answer any questions you have (whenever you have them), help you find ideal listings, suggest bidding strategies, offer critical advice, provide valuations, negotiate on your behalf, refer you to quality vetted professionals, and be there with you for the walk-through and closing.
what we offer:
1) Learn About You/Your Criteria
Ask detailed questions and listen. Establish what is a must-have vs a nice-to-have.
2) Find Ideal Listings
Set up your search criteria to send you automated alerts, as well as send you direct messages with homes we think you’ll love.
Evaluate your finances to inform our advice.
Schedule, and accompany you on, appointments to view apartments.
5) Price Analysis
Provide a detailed price analysis and proposal for bidding for every apartment you wish to bid on.
Prepare and submit your bid package to present you in the most favorable light. A bid to purchase a home is not just a number – it is a carefully constructed presentation that can win or lose a competitive bidding.
Negotiate on your behalf to get you the lowest possible purchase price and the most favorable contract terms.
Refer you to experienced real estate professionals (including mortgage professionals and real estate attorneys) so that your purchase is handled as efficiently and professionally as possible.
9) Attorney Oversight
Oversee your attorney’s handling of the contract negotiation and closing.
10) Board Package
Where required, prepare and submit a co-op or condo board package on your behalf. Our packages are succinct, clear, complete, professional and organized, and this is appreciated by sellers’ brokers.
11) Board Approval Process
Provide experienced counsel in connection with the co-op board approval process.
12) Smile and Exhale
Ensure that your transaction goes smoothly and on schedule.
Looking for an income-producing investment property or need to execute a 1031 exchange? Interested in learning more about Opportunity Zones?
We have you covered. We have advised clients on everything from investment condos and multi-family properties to commercial condos and co-ops. We have sophisticated models to map out your investment from start to finish and our standard rebate structure applies to all of our deals.
Don’t have a huge income but have a down payment and want to be a homeowner?
You should consider buying an HDFC co-op. HDFC co-ops are market rate co-ops that cap the permissible income of prospective purchasers to maintain affordability. Because the buying pool for these apartments is limited, they typically sell for significantly less than comparable free-market co-ops. Maintenance costs also tend to be far below market because these co-ops have a real estate tax abatement.