The Las Vegas Raiders today announced a new partnership, naming Homie, a real estate company that is revolutionizing the real estate industry by leveraging technology and eliminating high fees and commissions, the “Official Real Estate Partner of the Raiders.”
As the Official Real Estate Partner of the Raiders, fans will get the opportunity to learn more about the Silver and Black’s new, state-of-the-art stadium via the Homie website and app. The Homie “Sold Listing” of Allegiant Stadium will include complete details and fun facts about the venue as well as a high-quality 3D virtual tour that brings fans inside the Stadium for a unique on-the-ground perspective.
In addition, the Raiders and Homie are partnering to help the Las Vegas community that has been especially hard hit during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Through its significant social media and digital presence, the Raiders will help to broaden awareness of Homie’s efforts to keep people in their homes as the community continues to deal with an economic downturn due to shutdowns, record unemployment and an imminent housing crisis.
“The percentage of mortgage payments that are late, undoubtedly due to financial hardship during this unprecedented economic and healthcare crisis, continues to rise,” said Kris Cuaresma-Primm, general manager of Homie in Las Vegas. “At Homie, we want Southern Nevadans to know we have their back and will help them stay in their homes by providing assistance to pay their mortgage and utility bills.”
“We are pleased that our partnership with Homie consists of elements that assist with community efforts during these unprecedented times,” said Raiders President Marc Badain. “This partnership also allows for the public to gain virtual access to Allegiant Stadium giving them an exclusive look at the new home of the Raiders.”
As part of its Homie Helps initiative, the company is donating up to $100,000 to a local charity that helps provides assistance to help Las Vegans most impacted by COVID-19 avoid home foreclosure and pay utility bills. Homie donated an initial $10,000 and will donate $500 for every home bought or sold with the company in Southern Nevada.
Homie already saves home sellers thousands of dollars by charging a low flat listing fee instead of high real estate commissions. For homeowners who must now sell their homes because of personal financial hardship due to COVID-19, Homie is also waiving its $2,500 listing fee.
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