LessThan6Percent, a matchmaking website that lets real estate agents pitch their services to home sellers, has launched a sister service that will allow agents to compete for buyers by submitting suggested rebate offers. UpNest, which officially launched in California and Washington today, suggests to agents the size of the rebate they might offer after analyzing the online forms buyers fill out when they sign up for the site. The forms ask buyers about their price range, financing status and readiness to buy, and also offer them the ability to let agents view their social media profiles. In addition, the site takes into an account an agent's experience, the services she offers and the rebates provided by other discount brokerages in the buyer's area of interest. If a buyer is pr...
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