Indianapolis-area homebuyers choose Silverthorne Homes for our quality, service, and customization. If your realty clients want to build on their own lot or desire a high level of customization at a good value, we invite you to partner with us.
As the region’s leading affordable custom home builders, Indianapolis-based Silverthorne Homes works with realtors licensed by, and in good standing with, the state of Indiana. It’s easy to earn commissions through Silverthorne.
Our realtor partners bring us the experienced, discerning buyers we love to work with. That’s why we’re happy to pay you 3% of the final purchase price at closing on every sale you bring in.
Call ahead to the Silverthorne Homes community you wish to show to your client. This is especially important if your client may visit the community without you, so that you are registered as that client’s realtor.
Bring clients in.
When you bring clients to any Silverthorne Homes community be sure to fill out a Realtor-Client registration form with the community manager.
Have clients mention your name.
Let your clients know to mention your name if they drop by a Silverthorne Homes community—especially if it’s their first visit—so we’ll know to attribute the sale to you.
What is the Silverthorne Homes Realtor Participation Program?
Silverthorne home is proud to offer licensed Indiana Realtors the following commission program applicable to each calendar year.
How do I participate in the Realtor Program?
There are three ways to sign up for the Realtor Participation Program:
Who is eligible for the program?
The program is applicable to licensed Realtors in good standing within the State of Indiana who bring in a buyer, using one of the three methods listed above.
How do I get paid?
Silverthorne Homes agrees to pay 3% of the final purchase price at closing on every Realtor’s sale. A completed W-9 form must be on file with the Silverthorne Corporate office for each sale transacted with a Realtor.
What if my customer is no longer able to buy a home?
If the homebuyer is not able to close or falls out for another reason, it is understood that any up-front commission paid to Realtor will be applied to that Realtor’s next closing.