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BIG NEWS! - Updated Agent Bonus Program

August 2, 2023

Selling a Summit home just got a whole lot sweeter! 

We value the relationship with the Realtors community in Kansas City so much that we're increasing our commission percentage for the rest of 2023.* 

You can depend on us to provide your clients with the best options in new construction. Summit Homes celebrated its 20th anniversary this year, and we're in this for the long haul, regardless of the market. Our goal will always be to provide the metro with exceptional communities and innovative homes with our focus on the customer experience.

Here's how the new commission program works. 

  • Sell your first Summit home and get a 3% commission. 
  • Sell your second Summit home, and we'll increase the commission to 4%. 
  • Sell your third Summit home, and we'll increase the commission to 5%. 
  • Any Summit home you sell after your third, we keep you at a 5% commission!  

Pretty awesome, right?! 

Working alongside our Community Managers and Personal Builders, you can trust that you and your client will be in great hands as your client achieves the goal of homeownership. 

Ready to claim your commission? View our move-in ready homes


*Valid on contracts written and accepted between September 1, 2023 and December 31, 2023, to qualify for the bonus commission offer. All commissions paid out at closing via settlement statement to broker.  Kansas City market only. Can not be combined with other offers. Bonus commission level is subject to qualifying sale during promotion period – 3% on the first accepted sale, 4% on the second accepted sale, and 5% on the third and subsequent accepted sales.  Subject to change without notice.

New home prices, included features and available locations are subject to change without notice. Stated dimensions and square footage are approximate. Artist renderings are not guaranteed to be drawn to scale.

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