MICHIGAN REAL ESTATE, REALTY CHARITY GIVING, MICHIGAN PROPERTY, MICHIGAN
HOMES, MICHIGAN HOUSES, MICHIGAN INVESTMENTS, HOMES 4 TUITION COMMISSION DONATIONS
Property Nook is revolutionizing the way consumers buy or sell a home giving each client a chance to contribute to something greater.
Property Nook recognizes buying or selling a home is an emotional and exciting experience in one’s life.
Brother and sister team, John Kopy and Heather Kerr have re-engineered home-buying and selling as a way to transforms lives in local communities and around the world.
Property Nook presents homebuyers and sellers with a unique opportunity to experience philanthropy when seeking out home ownership or selling an existing home. When a buyer or seller chooses an agent from our team or network, 25 % of the Property Nook’s commission is generously presented to the buyer or seller in an effort to create a positive impact to the charity organization that means the most to them.
Benefits of Using Property Nook
All contributions to a charitable organization come at NO cost to the homeowner or buyer
Every Real Estate Agent in the Property Nook network pledges to contribute 25% of their commission to non-profit organizations screened by the Property Nook Team.
Any U.S. 501(c)(3) organization can create a user profile and be pre-approved to obtain a customized URL and start receiving donations from Property Nook.
We work nationally and donate 25% on all real estate referrals. We have agents available to work hard and guild clients through the buying and selling process in all 50 states.
Since commissions on real estate transactions can be significant, a few thousand dollars or more, Property Nook contributions are making a massive impact on groups around the world.
Every potential homeowner or buyer will have the power to make an impact in the world. By reaching out to Property Nook you can make a lasting impact one home at a time.
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