Rebates

Some states ban brokers from offering cash rebates to consumers.

Rebates in your state: Click a state on the map or select a state from the list to learn about state laws or regulations affecting competition in real estate.

North Dakota allows rebates Alaska prohibits rebates Utah allows rebates Ohio allows rebates New Mexico allows rebates Colorado allows rebates Missouri prohibits rebates Maryland allows rebates Delaware allows rebates Wyoming allows rebates District of Columbia allows rebates Massachusetts allows rebates South Carolina allows rebates Florida allows rebates Idaho allows rebates Delaware allows rebates Indiana allows rebates Louisiana prohibits rebates Arizona allows rebates Kentucky allows rebates Pennsylvania allows rebates New Hampshire allows rebates Virginia allows rebates Connecticut allows rebates South Dakota allows rebates Massachusetts allows rebates Wisconsin allows rebates New Jersey allows rebates - Rebates allowed to the buyer only Mississippi prohibits rebates Michigan allows rebates Vermont allows rebates Alabama prohibits rebates Montana allows rebates Illinois allows rebates Georgia allows rebates California allows rebates Maine allows rebates New York allows rebates Maryland allows rebates Kansas prohibits rebates Vermont allows rebates Oklahoma prohibits rebates Rhode Island allows rebates Hawaii allows rebates Rhode Island allows rebates North Carolina allows rebates Washington allows rebates Arkansas allows rebates Connecticut allows rebates Tennessee prohibits rebates Nevada allows rebates West Virginia allows rebates Texas allows rebates Nebraska allows rebates Minnesota allows rebates Oregon prohibits rebates District of Columbia allows rebates New Hampshire allows rebates
Rebates in your state: Click a state on the map or select a state from the list to learn about state laws or regulations affecti
Updated July 13, 2015