Want To Be A Hero To Your Clients?
One of the best things you can do for your clients is to tell them to get a Homestead Check™. It will completely analyze their property tax situation and tell them how to fix any issues. Also includes a one-on-one consultation with a property tax specialist to make sure all their questions are answered. Only $175 - and YOU can save them $50 off! There are three easy ways to start saving your clients money on their yearly tax bill that you can choose from below.
Recommend A Homestead Check™ And Provide A Discount
Sign up with our Realtor Assistance Center™ to generate $50 off codes for your clients to use toward their property tax analysis and consultation. When you sign up you will also get access to our tax specialists for FREE whenever you need to ask property tax-related questions.
Buy A Homestead Check™ Gift Card For Your Client
Purchase a Homestead Check™ gift card for your client for $50 off the regular price of $175. Just forward them the email you receive with their coupon code. Their Homestead Check™ report will walk them through the steps needed to save the most money possible for their unique property tax situation.$125.00
Complete A Property Tax Analysis On Your Clients Behalf
As your clients Realtor® you should have almost all of the information necessary to run a Homestead Check™ on their behalf. You will just need to ask them for the address of their current and former Homestead property (if they had one), if they are a veteran or currently enlisted military, if they are disabled, and if they are a widow/widower.
Latest Homestead Help Articles
Stay up to date with the latest Homestead and property tax related articles and stories. You can also find helpful tips and articles explaining Florida’s complicated Homestead Laws that walk you through the process for correcting issues.
May 05, 2020
So Property Taxes are simple right? Why would you need any help? Most people wouldn’t dream of taking on their federal income tax return without some assistance but there is a prevailing assumption amongst many taxpayers...