WePayYou.net

A Division of Home Sweet Home Enterprises

Looking to buy a new

construction home in

New Jersey?

Want to be paid?

 

Follow these simple steps

Call 973.433.3120 or email WePayYou.net

 

Set up an appointment with one of our licensed real estate agents to answer any questions you may have about buying a new construction home or the WePayYou.net commission rebate program.

 

Fill out our application to become a registered

WePayYou.net buyer.

 

You will need to have a no risk Exclusive Buyer’s Agency agreement with Home Sweet Home Enterprises prior to registering with the new construction builders in order to receive your rebate back at closing.

 

Your Home Sweet Home agent will supply you with WePayYou.net cards that you will need to give to the builder 's agent at the model homes you will be visiting.

 

StartApplication

 

Go home shopping!

 

Visit model homes across the state of New Jersey.

Please visit our builders link to find new construction developments.

 

Look for aNJ Builder

 

You must inform the builder's agent at the model that you are working with a Home Sweet Home agent.

 

You will have an exclusive buyer’s agency agreement with

Home Sweet Home Enterprises as a WePayYou.net buyer.

Do not sign any builders agreements without speaking with your

Home Sweet Home agent. Signing a builders agreement may void the WePayYou.net rebate.

 

When you find a new construction home that you are ready to purchase

 

Your Home Sweet Home Real Estate Agent will coordinate the contract with the builder.

 

This Step Is Important,

 

Home Sweet Home will ensure that you receive your rebate back at closing.

 

WePayYou.net, How our business model works

CONTACT

WePayYou.net has an efficient full-service real estate team focused on helping the buyer through all stages of the home buying process.

Our business model enables us to offer buyers up to a 25% rebate on the sales commission at closing.

878 Pompton Ave

Suite a2-1

Cedar Grove, NJ

973.433.3120

concierge@hshenterprises.com

Equal Housing Opportunity. All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Fair Housing Act of 1968, which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination".

Our business model enables us to offer buyers rebate on the sales commission at closing.