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Thursday, November 15, 2007

ePERKS.com-Cash Back Agents Providing Huge Savings

At some time or another in our lives, we all dream of home ownership and whether you are on the buying end or the selling end of the transaction, it can get a little scary. How do you, as a buyer or seller know you are getting the best deal possible. How can you be sure that you are not over paying or selling for less than your home is worth. I have discovered an amazing site that is designed to help you save up to twenty thousand dollars on your next transaction no matter if you are the buyer or the seller. It is ePerks.com. We all like to save money and think of all the great things that extra twenty thousand dollars could be used for. You could take a vacation, remodel your newly purchased home, buy new furniture, buy a car, or just bank it. Whatever you decide to use the money for is your business ,now don't you owe it to yourself to stop in and check out www.ePerks.com. That is not the only incentive being offered at the site either. Check out how you can receive 3 months free gas and more from New auto dealers or how you can get 15-50% back off any project from Home Contractors. I wish I had know about this site myself prior to purchasing my home but since I didn't I figured I could at least pass on some great information to those of you that may be in the market for buying or selling your home.

5 comments:

Rachelle said...

eperks great sites, i love the use of the maps, makes it very easy for the buyers to find and locate an agent.

Cece said...

When did eperks launch? where was I. Heard it from a friend, pretty cool idea.

Sierra said...

this is what is exactly need for the market to turn around. More incentives should be give out to potential buyers.

turbo said...

I like the whole idea of giving 15% back to the buyer. That would solve the bad prospect problem we are having. hypothically i should only receive prospect who are really interested in purchasing a home. Way to Go eperks

Kelly said...

I like the whole idea of giving back to the buy. It motivates the buyer to go eperks, instead of the typical lead generation program where trick people into filling out forms for home appraisels.