In closed real estate transactions
Saved per buyer on average
“This is how buyer’s agency should be run by everyone”
How it works
A modern approach to home buying
Find a home online you want
to see in person and we'll
arrange a showing.
We'll handle everything from
making the offer to handling
the paperwork and closing
We split the commission
50/50 saving you thousands
in closing costs and real
About Steve Novak
Colorado's EZ Agent
EZ Agents was created to fill a void in the marketplace and update the traditional, outdated real estate model.
Most home buyers are finding homes online by themselves. So while you may not need an agent to help in your home search, you deserve representation and guidance navigating the contracts, negotiations, inspections, and closing of your new purchase.
EZ Agents offers a simple, innovative model for home buying. We focus our efforts on providing value where our clients need it – and splitting 50% of our commission with you.
What you'll save when you work with us
*Savings listed are an estimate based on a 2.8% buyers commission and are subject to change
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Send me listings
Ready to start searching for homes? Let us know where and what you're looking for and start receiving listings direct from the MLS keeping you up to date with the newest listings.
New construction home buying
Looking to purchase a newly constructed home? Work directly with Steve to help you review the contracts and get the best price on a new home. Then, receive a rebate of 50% of the commission we are paid by the builder.
Frequently asked questions
A buyer commission rebate is when your agent gives you a portion of their commission at closing. It is usually used by buyers to pay closing costs and prepays. You can learn more about it here.
In a traditional home sale, the seller pays the buyers agent’s commission for bringing the buyer. In Colorado, this is typically 2.8% percent of the sales price although it can vary. By working with EZ Agents, you will receive a Realtor commission rebate of 50% of the commission we receive from the seller. Feel free to use our savings calculator to get an idea of what your specific rebate would be based on your price point.
No. Since you receive your rebate as a credit at closing it is not considered taxable income and thus can provide a home buyer with a huge financial benefit when purchasing a home?
We offer our buyers a rebate for numerous reasons.
- The commission structure is outdated. Despite the explosion of the internet, giving buyers more access to information listings, the commissions agents are paid has not changed. We believe this is wrong and that buyers, particularly ones that like to do some of their own legwork in finding the home, should have another option.
- It helps us acquire clients. Rather than pay “lead generation” companies that sell your info to us, we offer the rebate directly to you, cutting out the middleman.
- We have very low internal costs and can pass the savings along to you. Many brokerages have very high costs internally when it comes to closing costs, office fees, brokerage splits, etc. that eat into an agent's commissions. Although we do have some internal costs they are very low and we do not pass those along to our buyers. All our brokerage fees come out of our 50%. Our buyers do not pay any transaction fees or anything along those lines.