UT Employees Now Receive a 10 Percent Discount on Regent Property Group Real Estate Services
Posted by Regent Property Group on Friday, November 9th, 2012 at 12:27pm. 958 Views
University of Texas employees now have a new benefit to being employed by one of the most renowned systems in Texas: Regent Property Group will offer a 10% commission rebate to UT employees buying or selling a home with Regent Property Group LLC.
“We have great respect for the University of Texas system and its employees,” said Regent Property Group Founder Brian Talley. “We wanted to find a way to thank them for their invaluable contribution to the knowledge and betterment of our next generations, and this discount provides a way for us to give that thanks.”
Talley said the discount will work as a 10% commission rebate when buying or selling a home through Regent. For example, the rebate would equal $1,050 for a $350,000 sale or purchase at 3% commission. (See the UT rebate information page.)
In addition to Austin “locals,” UT attracts many distinguished professors and researchers from around the world, and many choose to settle within close proximity to the UT campus, such as in Central Austin and the neighborhoods of Tarrytown, Hyde Park, and University Park. Working with Regent has the double benefit of receiving the rebate and gaining area-specific knowledge from the experienced and respected Regent agents, said Talley.
To begin a housing search or request a market analysis of your current property, visit www.regentpg.com or call 512.554.9714. To redeem, simply mention this offer to your Regent agent upon communication and present a valid UT faculty or staff ID card.
Regent Property Group is an Austin-based real estate firm owned and managed by real estate broker and luxury home REALTOR® Brian Talley. Talley and his seasoned, professional team of Austin REALTORS® provide one-on-one real estate services to their customer base, ensuring they receive the highest level of care and satisfaction. Contact: info (at) regentpg (dot) com.
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