Premier Offer Program Terms
Premier Offer Program Terms
By providing your information to find out if your home qualifies for the Premier Offer Program (“Offer Program”), you agree that Premier Atlanta Real Estate, LLC (“PARE” or “our”) and any third-party investor may collect, use, and share personal information about you. You agree that PARE and any third-party investor may use this information, including your name, email address, phone number, and physical address, and other information relevant to applying for the Offer Program, in order to assess your qualifications for the Offer Program, to provide you with an offer if you are qualified, and to send or initiate direct marketing programs.
You also agree that PARE may share information you provide with third-party investors to assess your qualifications, to secure an offer if you are eligible, and for other purposes necessary to carry out our obligations. Any third-party investors’ use of your personal information is subject to their own privacy policies. Decisions regarding your qualifications for the Offer Program are made at PARE’s and its third-party investors’ sole discretion and will be considered final and binding.
The Premier Offer Program is generally available for the following properties. Homes that do not meet this criteria may still qualify after an in-home inspection:
- Homes with a market value of $100,00 - $500,000
- Only properties classified as single-family, fee simple.
- Up to half an acre
- No well or septic
- No flood plain
- No foundation issues
- No unpermitted additions
- No bank owned homes or distressed properties
- No new construction
- No properties built before 1970
Other terms may apply
Premier Offer Program Process: If the property meets the minimum criteria described herein and is located in our service area, and you agree to participate in the Offer Program, then you and PARE must enter into a separate Listing Contract. PARE, or a Licensee/Real Estate Salesperson, will then obtain details and pictures of your property and submit that information to any one-or-more of PARE’s different Offer Program third-party investors. PARE will provide Seller with a CMA offering an opinion of market price. An inspection of the Property may be ordered prior to submission to third-party investors. You understand and agree that third-party investors may or may not decide to provide you with an offer, and PARE has no control over whether you receive an offer. Upon receipt of any offer from the Offer Program third-party investor, a PARE team Licensee/Real Estate Salesperson, will present the written offer to you for your consideration. You understand that you have the right to reject any offer that you receive from an Offer Program third-party investor.
PARE will rely on the accuracy of the information you provide us. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless PARE from and against any and all claims, liability, damage, or loss arising from any misrepresentation, misstatement, omission of fact, or breach of a promise by you. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless PARE from any and all claims or liability related to damage or loss to the property or its contents, or any injury to persons in connection with the marketing of the property. Indemnification by you shall not apply if the damage, loss, or injury is the result of the gross negligence or willful misconduct of PARE.
Third-party investors may modify any offer upon becoming aware of any additional information relating to a home, including after an evaluation and/or inspection of your home. To accept a third-party investor’s final offer, you will be required to execute a purchase and sale agreement (and other related documentation) that outlines additional terms and conditions related to the sale of your home.
PARE does not represent the third-party investor as a client in the purchase of the subject Property. PARE may resell the home for the investor at some time after they purchase the Property.
Seller(s) understands that third-party investor offers may not result in the greatest net proceeds to Seller(s). Other terms of the Offer may be more important to Seller(s) than the greatest net proceeds and therefore Seller may decide that an offer that does not result in the greatest net proceeds is the best offer for Seller(s). By entering into an Agency Agreement with a licensed salesperson with PARE, you will receive representation and consultation on what options might be best for you.