Introducing HomeAdvantage®!

Buying a New Home or Selling Your Existing One is Now Easier From Start to Finish
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FedChoice is proud to announce our new partnership with HomeAdvantage®.

With this program, you'll now be able to earn Cash Rewards* when you buy or sell a home when using a Real Estate Agent through the HomeAdvantage program. You could save thousands of dollars on your transaction and apply these funds to your closing costs or take the cash to help pay for new appliances, furniture or home necessities. Earn an average of $1,600 in Cash Rewards!

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In addition, with HomeAdvantage, you may find out how much your home is worth as well as see what's going on in your neighbhorhood by using the Property Valuation and Market Trends Report tools.

HomeAdvantage also has hand-picked professional real estate agents from top, local brokerages to be a part of their exclusive agent network. Choose one online yourself or contact the HomeAdvantage Concierge Team to recommend one for you.

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Are you now ready to start searching for your dream home? Using your preferred criteria, you can research available properties online and receive email alerts when additional home with those same features are put up for sale.

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Start Your Home Search or Find Your Home’s Value Today!

To learn more about HomeAdvantage, watch the video.

* HomeAdvantage is available to you through your membership with FedChoice Federal Credit Union. Cash Rewards are available to members who register to use HomeAdvantage and who use a real estate agent in the HomeAdvantage network to buy or sell their home. Using FedChoice for a mortgage is not a requirement to earn Cash Rewards. Cash Rewards amounts are dependent on the commissions paid to the agent. FedChoice may have specific rules on how your Cash Rewards will be paid out. Cash Rewards are void where prohibited by law or the lender. Please consult with your credit union to get details that may affect you. Go to for more details about the HomeAdvantage program.