Hawaii First Responders & VA Buyer/Seller Rebates

We hear a lot about paying it forward and giving back in this world, but many unfortunately do not. There are certainly many people and organizations that deserve some special treatment and consideration in this world. A few more notable groups are certainly our brave men and woman of the armed forces and first responders. This list could go on and on about those who are deserving of some special consideration, but I am so pleased to be a part of the U.S. Military on the Move program that is specifically helping VA Buyers/ Sellers and First Responders.

Military On The Move

Hawaii Life and the Military Specialized Team are so pleased to be a part of this amazing program. I can’t think of two groups that are more deserving of a home buying or selling rebate. This is an amazing program started by and through our amazing affiliation with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World.

Hawaii Life is the only company currently in Hawaii that is part of the MOM program. Through this initiative, a qualified VA Buyer/Seller and First Responders are able to receive a closing credit on the purchase or sale of their home. This credit can be up to 20% of the Hawaii Life commission given back by our agents as a credit at closing.

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On the site, you can read more about the program and also use the slider to see possible rebate amounts. Once there all you need to do is register by clicking the blue link here.

Once registered, we will help guide and direct you through the entire process and make sure you receive your rebate if qualified and official registered.

This is an amazing program that puts money back into the VA Buyer/Seller and First Responders pocket ar closing with no strings attached. We at Hawaii Life feel this is the least we can do for our heroes.

Want To Know More?

If you would like more information about buying or selling a home on Oahu and, more specifically, the U.S, MOM Military on The Move Program, please register online. Text, call or email me at any time to discuss.

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