Introducing Rex iBuyer program information

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Rex Real Estate gives homeowners or interested buyers the ability to handle every part of a real estate transaction on one platform, and has been featured in Wall Street Journal, Fox Business, and NBC.

Rex is currently buying and selling homes in the following markets:

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Rex FAQs

Rex Real Estate is an online network that functions as an agent who takes care of both the buyer and seller's needs throughout their real estate transaction. Due to their partnering businesses, Rex is also able to provide their customers with inspectors, repair services, movers, and insurance services.

Rex assigns each buyer or seller with a Rex agent that will help customers either sell or buy homes. Rex agents are licensed real-estate experts, and they will walk you through every step of your transaction at a much smaller commission fee than traditional real estate methods.

Rex services homes in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and Washington DC.

Selling as a FSBO can save you money, but Rex provides home buyers or sellers with a licensed agent who will simplify the selling process at a much smaller cost.

No. If you decide you no longer want to use Rex, you will not be charged.

Rex charges a 2.5% buyer or seller fee of the homes total price.

Rex is partnered with TaskRabbit, Empire Today, Paintzen, Lawn Love, Bellhop, Penske Truck Rental, Handled, 1-800-PACK-RAT, Sparefoot, LoadUp, Inspectify, The Home Staging Network, CORT, Blindsgalore, Buildzoom, SoFi, American Home Shield, Sunrun, Mynd, Porch, and InterNACHI.

Due to their proprietary algorithms that directly target buyers, you're guaranteed to sell your home faster than other homes in the same price range.

Home owners that use Rex to sell their homes have saved up to $25,000. Although, this number does vary.

Yes. You can choose to negotiate prices and you have the option of using your agent's services to advise you if you choose.