About HomeAdvantage

The HomeAdvantage program has been made available to you by your credit union. This free, easy-to-use service can help you through every step of home buying and selling—from start to finish. Once you enroll, you'll have exclusive access to:

Search for Homes

Find your dream home using our online property listings! Search by number of bedrooms and baths, square footage, and zip code, among many other features. Save your favorite searches and receive email alerts when new properties are available.
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Research Neighborhoods

View comparable sales data and get access to neighborhood demographics including weather, schools, crime rates and more.

Get a Referral to a Trusted Agent

More than half of all homebuyers ask friends and family for a referral to a trustworthy, experienced real estate agent. CU Realty works with your credit union to put together a network of agents from top brokerages in your area.
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Earn Cash Rewards

When members use one of the real estate agents in the HomeAdvantage network to buy or sell their home, they qualify to earn a rebate equal to 20% of that agent's commission. The average member saves over $1,500 in savings at closing.*
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Get Support

Get help seven days a week via phone, chat or email from our dedicated Member Service Team.

We know you'll love HomeAdvantage! Enroll today to take full advantage of the benefits available!


*The HomeAdvantage program is made available to you through a relationship between your credit union and CU Realty Services. Cash Rewards are awarded by CU Realty Services to buyers and sellers who select and use a real estate agent in the HomeAdvantage network of approved agents. Home buyers or sellers are not eligible for Cash Rewards if they use an agent outside this network. Using your credit union for a mortgage is not a requirement to earn Cash Rewards. Your credit union may have specific rules on how your rebate will be paid out. Reward amounts are dependent on the commissions paid to the agent. Rewards are available in most states; however, are void where prohibited by law or by the lender. Please consult with your credit union to get details that may affect you.