Find the Right Realtor
Buying or selling a home is one of the largest financial transactions you’ll make. Working with a trusted, experienced real estate professional can make all the difference. That’s why your credit union is proud to give you access to the HomeAdvantage™ network of Realtors — a group of local, expert agents who were hand-picked by your credit union and are committed to delivering outstanding service.
Experience You Can Trust
We use a thorough vetting process to select real estate agents who have
the knowledge, passion and dedication to help you find the right deal
at the right price or sell your existing home in the manner you would expect. Agents in the HomeAdvantage™ network are fully licensed
and have been actively engaged, full-time real estate professionals for
at least three years.
Pick One Yourself, Or Let Us Help
As a HomeAdvantage
user, you’re free to browse our network of agents online to find one
that works for you or we can recommend one for you. Just call us...we're
here to help.
Earn a Rebate
The program is absolutely free! And best of all, when you work with any agent in our network you’ll receive a 20% rebate on the agent’s commission. Our average credit union member earns $1,545! Click here to estimate your rebate savings»
So what are you waiting for? Enroll now and browse profiles of our network agents. We think you’ll be impressed.
*The HomeAdvantage program is made available to you through a relationship between your credit union and CU Realty Services. Program rebates are awarded by CU Realty Services to buyers and sellers who select and use a real estate agent in the HomeAdvantage network of approved realtors. Home buyers or sellers are not eligible for the rebate if they use an agent outside this network. Using your credit union for a mortgage is not a requirement to earn a rebate. Rebate amounts are dependent on the commissions paid to the agent. Your credit union may have specific rules on how your rebate will be paid out. Rebate incentives are available in most states; however, are void where prohibited by law or by the lender. Please consult with your credit union to get details that may affect you.