Are you thinking of buying a home? Maybe it’s time to stop renting and start owning — or you’re ready to trade in your current home for a bigger, better one in another location.
If you’re ready to pursue the American dream of homeownership, there’s one important and surprising step you might want to take first — something you may not have thought of.
You can actually get cash back on your home purchase — as much as $5,000.
Unbelievable, huh? Normally when you think “cash back,” you think about getting a little bit of money back on your debit-card purchases or for certain items at the grocery store.
Let’s think bigger — a lot bigger. We’ve found a rewards site called Cash Direct Club, and it’ll pay you some serious cash for major purchases.
At first glance, Cash Direct Club appears to be similar to other cash-back sites. Namely, it allows you to get paid when you shop at more than 200 major online retailers.
Look closer, though, and you’ll see a big difference.
You can earn up to $5,000 if you buy a home through one of 20,000 top real estate agents across the U.S. in the club’s network.
Trust us: It’s important to have a real estate agent you’re comfortable with, and that’s why this company has gone to great lengths to build a huge network of agents. It earns a commission for referring you — and shares it with you.
“When you purchase a home, we then pass along part of those earnings to you as cash back,” the company says. “It’s that simple!”
Here’s how to earn that $5,000 rebate when you buy a home:
If you want to buy a home, this looks like the best deal for you.
Beyond that, you can keep earning by shopping (and saving) with Cash Direct Club. You’ll immediately earn $3 when you install its web browser button and another $3 if you download the app. You can also shop online directly through Cash Direct Club’s website, by clicking on the retailers listed there.
And you’ll get a $20 bonus when you make your first purchase.
Here’s what else it offers:
Now get house-hunting!
Mike Brassfield ([email protected]) is a senior writer at Codetic. He likes cash just as much as you do.