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Question

Does anyone know if we can use this prgram if we are no longer in the service.

Asked 3 years, 8 months ago
by KISHAb4
COLUMBIA, S.CAROLINA
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answer 1
Yes, as long as you are a member of USAA.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
by ProudMommy14
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answer 2
Yes, as long as you are still with usaa you can use any of their services. Even if you are no longer serving.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by GAgirl
Atlanta, GA
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answer 3
I don't know for a fact, but I'm retired and used it. I believe as long as you are eligible for USAA, you are eligible for MoversAdvantage. It is definitely worth trying and it's so easy to get started!! Good luck!
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by Duffer
San Diego, CA
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answer 4
Yes, we are not in the service and used USAA Movers Advantage with the purchase of our current house and were very pleased.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by Shortpants
St Louis, MO
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answer 5
I'm pretty sure it is a service provided for all USAA members regardless if you are in the military.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by midiver67
Saint Paul, MN
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answer 6
I did and they were wonderful! As long as you are a USAA member.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by Terri29414
Charleston SC
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answer 7
I haven't been in the military for 7 years and I used it two years ago.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by bjgoss
Austin, TX
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answer 8
Yes. My wife and I have been out of the service for 7 years now and we just used it for the first time last year.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by thedoc
Virginia
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answer 9
Yes you can
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by PJGS
Tallahassee, FL
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answer 10
My wife and I are retired and USAA has jumped at the oppertunity to get my current house sold, and found us a realitor in Fl. for the new home. So far so good.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by Jablanski
New Meico
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answer 11
Yes
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by dsbrown
minneapolis
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answer 12
Yes, you can. You just have to be a member.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by Sekhmet
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answer 13
Absolutely !
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by AnnetteW
San Diego, Ca
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answer 14
Yes I used this service recently I was already out of the service. It was great!
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by ctez
Lincoln, CA
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answer 15
As long as you are a usaa member you can use this program even if you are no longer in the service
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by jlynn80
oregon
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answer 16
Mover's Advantage is available to all USAA members.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by sammyl
tennessee
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Question

Has anyone used the movers advantage service from USAA? What has been your experience with this service?

Asked 4 years, 7 months ago
by Tuan
San Diego, CA
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12 answers
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answer 1
We've used the program 3 times now: moving VA to CA, CA to NC, and one part of NC to another. We've had some awesome and some frustrating experiences. In a nutshell, I highly recommend the program with some suggestions of how to make it work for you...
Why I like the program:
1. You get cash back. Enough said.
2. You have people you can call with questions, concerns, and complaints. If you don't like your agent, you make one phone call and that one is fired and another one is arranged. You never have to talk to the one you didn't like about any of it.
3. We use USAA for tons of stuff (banking, insurance, mortgage) and it just gives us comfort to have it all connected. Makes closing easier in my opinion.

A Recommendation:
If you don't like your realtor, call and ask for a new one. We had a buying realtor a few years ago whom we had loved and decided to use her as our listing (selling) agent later. Turns out she was horrible that time around (she did dual agency, meaning she also represented the buyer) and advocated for the buyer WAY more than she did for us. We should have called the program and changed realtors but we never did. 3 years later we had another agent in another state who was not up to par, and we called and got a new one who was much better. We have had one agent who is AWESOME (can't say enough about her) who we've used twice through this program. Hope that helps!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
by JennH
Clayton, NC
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answer 2
You may contact USAA at 866-365-8236 to request a different realtor at any time.
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answered 4 years, 6 months ago
by Anonymous
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answer 3
This is our first time using Mover's Advantage. Our first realtor was recommended to us by friends and was also in the USAA Mover's Advantage system, but she was terrible. We asked USAA for a new realtor and they responded quickly - our new realtor is now fabulous! I made sure to let the new realtor know my expectations and also asked a lot of questions to get an idea of how good they were in the market we are dealing with. We are buying a house sight unseen so far and our realtor went to every house we were interested in and took pictures, then called us leaving each house with pros and cons of everything. She's been extremely responsive to our needs at every step of the way. Additionally, mover's advantage has been very patient with my many calls and questions about the home buying process always referring me to the appropriate department... no run arounds! We haven't closed, yet, but we have a very high confidence that our needs will be more than met throughout the process. I would definitely use Mover's Advantage again.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
by Baximus
Northern Virginia
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answer 4
I didn't have quite the glowing experience as everyone else, but as a first-time home-buyer perhaps my expectations were too high. I felt the real estate agent that USAA selected was mediocre at best, doing little more than opening the door to most of the houses we looked at. When I expressed my frustration to USAA and asked whether I could use a different company I was simply told that no real estate agent would do more (although I worked with several who did). That being said, at the end of the day it was nice to know that a chunk of money was going into my pocket rather than the agent's!
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by therio
NC
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answer 5
I used the service to sell a house and buy a house from March 2008 - February 2009. On the "buy", the agent assigned was not familiar with the area of Omaha that interested us (because we did not specify on our request). The MoversAdvantage contact got us another realtor from a closer office that was outstanding. On the "sell" side, our house did not sell in the first 6 months (very few houses were selling during this period), so we requested another realtor. We got a new one and the house sold in two weeks. During the entire process, the Movers Advantage contact called every two weeks or so, relayed our comments to the realtor's office or supervisor (some that we were not sure were reasonable) in a way that brought results, and of course, paid us promptly after the sale and the purchase! Highly recommend the service!
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by ront
Omaha NE
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answer 6
I've used the program twice so far, in AK in '02 and IL in '07, and am about ready to again here in CO. Both previous times they set me up with the same Realtor company, I'm interested to see if that happens again.

I feel the service just takes a lot of the initial stress of finding a realtor out of the picture, and the cash doesn't hurt either.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by AD Dave
Colorado Springs, CO
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answer 7
I just purchased a house in May 09. I used the MA and the USAA loan. It was a great experience. I had a great agent that took her time in showing us the houses that we wanted to see. The mortgage department was great. I liked the loan tracker so that I could take of any problems right away so that my loan was not delayed. I bought new carpet with the money that I earned from USAA. I will use them again.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by genpow
layton, UT
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answer 8
Yes, I've used the program twice, buying and selling...experience has been all positive!
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by Devery
Cabot, AR
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answer 9
We used the service in February of 2008 in order to purchase our first home. The market was taking a downturn and we live in a very high cost of living area (DC Metro Area) so not only were we first time home buyers but we were also frightened about what was going on with the banks. We were matched with a real estate agent who was simply outstanding. Along the way we had a USAA rep from Mover's Advantage that would occasionally call us to see how we were doing and if we needed any help. They didn't "over-call", if that makes sense. We didn't feel pestered or anything. Mostly what they did was check up every couple of weeks to see where we were in the process and offer advice and assistance and ensure that we were still happy with our agent. In the end after we had bought and they went to close out our account they just asked us a few questions about whether or not we would think of using them again and if we would recommend the agent to others. It only took about 5 minutes a phone call, at the outside, and the mover's advantage rep was the same person each time so we got to build a bit of a rapport. We were extremely happy with the service and plan to use it when we sell this home and "buy up" to a bigger place.
Keep asking questions, though, if you're looking for specifics as I'd be happy to rave about the program some more. :)
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by Leli
Burke, VA
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answer 10
I used it back in 2003 when purchasing a new home. Great program, allows USAA to function as a Realtor in order to pass the referral fee along to members. The referral amount has changed since '03, but still a great program. I got a $600 check from USAA about 2wks after closing. That's $$ in your pocket instead of the realtor/broker.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by AuburnTiger
Ft Lewis, WA
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answer 11
Great program and great customer service. The customer service dept is proactive and contacted me every so often to see how they can improve and how my realitor was treating me. Give it a try if your in the market.
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answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by 10plusyearer
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answer 12
I did back in 2005 and it was the best thing I couldve ever done! I didnt even have a mortgage through USAA and could still use it. I got money buying and selling my home through this program. I really loved that they checked up on the realtors performance. You have nothing to lose and money to gain.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by ChelleWorld Traveler
San Antonio
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Question

When and who sends you the cash back?

I sent an email to my mover's advantage rep and did not receive a response, so I called and was told to talk to my realtor. Since the seller is paying closing costs, I want to make sure that the cash back doesn't show up in the closing process and that in fact it is money sent after the completion of closing. Does anyone know when the money is sent to you and if it is USAA or your realtor that pays you the cash back?
Asked 4 years, 1 month ago
by Raptor
Fort Leonard Wood
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5 answers
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answer 1
We just closed 2 days ago and have used Movers Advantage 3 times now. Here's the deal:
You do NOT get the cash back at closing. You get it about 3 weeks later. USAA pays it to you- the agent is not invovled. However, it DID show up on our HUD1 statement (the papers that break down all the financial numbers that you get about 24 hours or less before closing) as something that legally had to be disclosed. I don't know if that's a state law (we are in NC) or a federal one. It did NOT affect ANYTHING about closing (it doesn't change any amounts you owe or any closing costs); it just had be disclosed so that all parties were aware that we were essentially getting a kick back for using the USAA program. I got a phone call from USAA movers advantage within HOURS of closing to congratulate us and confirm the amount we were getting and that it would arrive in 3 weeks. This is exactly what happened the past 2 times we used the program. Hope that answers your question. Good luck.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
by JennH
Clayton, NC
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answer 2
I was told by a USAA Rep. that I would receive a check up to a month after closing, I closed April 30. I will post when I received the funds
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
by Buyer VA
Virginia
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answer 3
We used movers advantage 2 years ago and received a "bank card" to use at certain places, I'm not usre how they do it now though.
answered 4 years ago
by Sapper489
Clarksville, TN
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answer 4
I just closed on my home,My Realtor handed me a check from the Real Estate Company made out to me and my wife right after we had finished closing while we were walking out together.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
by Birmingham Buyer
Birmingham, AL
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answer 5
We used the Mover's Advantage when we PCS'd to Utah, and USAA paid us directly about a week after closing. This refund is separate from the closing funds, so you don't need to worry about it ending up in the seller's hands. USAA will either mail you a check or deposit the money directly in your account, so just let them know what you prefer.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
by Falcon15
Ogden, UT
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Question

Should I "fire" my agent?

I have had my home listed in San Antonio for almost a year. The agent I am using to sell was also my buying agent when I first moved to San Antonio using a Merrill Lynch reality Advisory program. I have refered him 2 other people who bought with him while living in San Antonio. So with that said My house has been on the market for almost a year, I have dropped the price over $10,000 since listed, and it is well below it's market price. My agent has showed my house only 1 time himself and maybe put an ad in the paper a handfull of times. I have 4 months left to sell my house before I have to move. He has had 3 open houses (to me I believe are for the realtor's benifit only to gain clients with out agents) I am overseas on a 1 year unaccompanied tour and he gets upset when my wife cancels a showing because our 20 month old is sleeping. IS that wrong?? We have had a ton of showings like I said, but only 1 by my agent. I currently have a contract with my agent till 31 Dec. but is it worth it to fire him after that and get an agent that will actually market and sell my house? To me 6% commission should be incentive to go out and advertise and sell. Any thoughts on what to do would be greatly appreciated. This is just hard to deal with when I am 7,000 miles away. Thanks, Corey
Asked 4 years, 4 months ago
by Corey A
San Antonio, TX
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4 answers
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answer 1
It is my belief that in order to sell your house, especially in this market, you have to work 'with' a realtor. . .the realtor needs to advertise your house and Open houses get ads in the paper and everywhere.

If you are having lots of showings and no takers then there has to be a reason why. Has your current realtor told you that your asking price is too high? My son went thru the same thing in 2009, the realtor they worked with told them the price was too high, but since they owed more than the realtor suggested they chose to list for the higher price, and there the house sat. . .the realtor is not going expend time and energy on something that is not going to bring them any money anytime soon.

I am not saying this is your situation, but I have seen it too many times in the last two years. The last house we sold (2008-our 4th) we were all over our realtor. . .we had a deadline to move as well. She told us a solid price, and advertised everywhere. We also did our homework and what we saw was not pretty. . .we ended up dropping the price three times and sold for >$30K less than the original list. But we were out in 6 weeks.

I understand that you are oversees, I would suggest that your wife be Jane on the spot. . .the little one will not be discomforted from her sleep like she will be when her parents are stressed due to further separation when you rotate out.

Good luck and I hope that this helps.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by Mgalmo
Frederick, MD
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answer 2
Corey, Most sellers do not realize they have the right to "fire" their agent. Explanation and terms for the termination are in paragraphs 4, 5, and 6 of the Residential Real Estate Agreement you sign with the listing agent. 2010 is already looking much better; I hope the extended Tax Credit will bring you a buyer. Best of luck and hugs to the little one! NT
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
by NTilleman
San Antonio, TX
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answer 3
Corey, I would suggest looking at a new realtor through this program. These realtor's in this program go through special training just to qualify to help us USAA members.

Additionally, in the future I would make your home ready to show at any time.....meaning your wife may need to move your sleeping child or go on a car ride. A 30 minute nap could mean your home selling or not selling.

Best of luck!
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answered 4 years, 3 months ago
by DMatt
New Mexico
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answer 4
Based on the way you speak of him, I think you already know your answer. I, myself, had a 2 year old while trying to sell my house in Alaska a few years back. This is my opinion, but I would show the house at the "momentarily discomforting" of my child. Kids sleep anywhere and anytime--let your agent show the house.

To answer your other question, I'd fire him. He's not doing his job...selling your house that is. Advertising, marketing, showing; that's part of his job. His primary job is to get rid of your house as quick as possible. He's not doing that, so fire him.

It is a buyer's market definitely. That's why he found you a house so quickly. Now the tables are turned and he's stuck. You are already taking hits on sales, but your realtor see's it as loss of commission (whether it be a few $100 from the 6% you are paying).

There is nothing stopping you (your wife that is) from advertising concurrently to aid the process. You find the buyers and you show the house. The more exposure you get, the more offers you'll get. Craigslist, ads at work, etc. Less is not more in this case.

There is a reason other than getting us more equipped in the military for mando PCS after 4 years. New blood helps remotivate you. Get out with the old and in with the new. He is not bringing new prospectives. He has already showed his entire deck of cards over the last year and was bluffing. Get someone who knows what they are doing.

Hope that helped.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
by jdc0430
San Antonio
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Question

Can I get moving supplie; boxes, tape , ets?

Asked 4 years, 7 months ago
by billwig1
Fort Worth, TX
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answer 1
I would check Craigslist for moving supplies- who needs 100 boxes AFTER they move?
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
by Aesteban
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answer 2
No. The program is only set up to refer you to a realtor, monitor the progress and then send a cash bonus IF your state allows.
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answered 4 years, 6 months ago
by Neonpink83
Texas
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answer 3
You know, I am not too sure. But, I really really dont think that is something that Usaa does. I mean, I dont remeber them telling me that they can supply me with the boxes and all that I need to move. It have a year or two since I used MoversAdvatage, but I would have remembered something like that. I would just go to Tom Thumb or Kroger (or whatever store is in Ft Worth) and ask to recycle their unused boxes -- For Free. Most stores are happy to give away their old boxes.
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answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by 10plusyearer
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FTB - buyer agreement question

I'm a first-time home buyer and was assigned an agent who wanted me to sign an exclusive right to represent buyer agreement. I haven't signed, and am actually getting a different agent for a different (location)reason, but for the next time around, I guess I don't know if there are pitfalls associated with signing such an agreement. My main concern is if there are things I should be aware of that should be negotiated - like the length or the term of the agreement and also the compensation part of the agreement. I'm also wondering if it is at all advisable/possible to find an agent that will let me sign a non-exclusive agreement.

Thank you.
Asked 4 years, 3 months ago
by deedee2010
Woburn, MA
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answer 1
A buyers agreement provides the buyer with fiduciary, confidentiality and service from the agent. In turn the buyer agrees to cooperate and provide the necessary information needed for a transaction to take place. A short summary. A seller will sign an exclusive right to sell agreement with an agent so there are similarities between the two. Since there are seller agents, a buyer who has an agent representing them provides an even playing field. Without a buyers agreement contract the agent is not obligated to provide you with the full service as outlined in the agreement. As a buyer you are not obligated to use the agent. The agreement, in simple terms, provides an understanding and commitment on both parties. The length of the term is negotiable. And have a notation in the terms that you can withdraw from the contract if the service is unsatisfactory to you. Basically as a buyer you have to decide who is on your team. Build a team of professionals to look after You.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
by Marta
Andover, MA
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answer 2
Agents Make you sign those to lock you in as their client. Basically it protects the realtor from going through all the work of showing you homes, drafting paperwork etc for you to find the homes of your dream, and then last min. you decide to use a different agent to buy that house. It just protects them from wasting time. Now you can always add a clause to it that if they are not meeting your expectations you have the right to fire them.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by Corey A
San Antonio, TX
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answer 3
Signing the agreement locks in your realtor so you don't dump him or her should you find a house being sold by another realtor or sale by owner. I wouldn't sign it unless you've interviewed more than one realtor and you really like this one.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by notleo
Little Rock, AR
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We are moving in 5 months. At what point should we hire a real estate agent?

We live in Japan and will not be able to view houses until July. And we do not want to buy until we have physically been in the house. Therefore, we do not want to start the search too early.
Asked 4 years, 3 months ago
by Pete06
Okinawa, Japan
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answer 1
I was moving within CONUS, but I got a realtor a few months in advance. We seriously started looking at houses about 2 months prior to moving on various websites. I like realtor.com and zillow.com. If we liked the features but wanted better pictures, I'd call our realtor to check it out for us and send us some more pics. You can also ask questions about where to live and various neighborhoods. It'll give you a good idea about your realtor too. If they're unwilling to answer questions and do the leg work while you're out of town, they're probably not going to be very attentive when you do show up.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by notleo
Little Rock, AR
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answer 2
The answer to your question is that it's never too early in your situation. A Real Estate agent will be able to provide valuable information to you about the current trends in the area you want to move, will aid you in understanding what you can expect to encounter during the search, and will be able to get to know what you're looking for the earlier you are in contact.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
by MikeNSteph
Huntington Beach, CA
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answer 3
I would say about a month or 6 weeks out if you can. The reason for that is they can have the time to gather some information for you. Perhaps on the local area, school systems, homes for sale, and compile of list of homes that may be available to you based off of your needs. They can also have the time to send you a packet to review, on that long flight back to the states, of available homes.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
by SKI01
Tampa
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Do I get the cash back at closing?

How long does it take to get the cash back? Will it happen at closing, or do I have to wait longer?
Asked 4 years ago
by Meghan
Austin, TX
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answer 1
Ha! I just answered this question (saying 3 weeks b/c that's what USAA said) before checking my banking. It's in my account and we closed 3 DAYS ago. So there you go!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
by JennH
Clayton, NC
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answer 2
You do NOT get the money at closing- it takes about 3 weeks. We just closed 2 days ago on the house we bought (3 days ago on the house we sold) and we expect our cash back in less than 3 weeks. USAA Movers Advantage called me within HOURS of our closings to congratulate us and let us know the money would arrive within 3 weeks and to confirm the amount. This is our 3rd time using the program in 4 years, and it's always gone well. I recommend it.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
by JennH
Clayton, NC
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answer 3
IT happens several weeks after closing.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
by Beercan34
Lincoln County, Maine
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Question

Does anyone know what realtors in the Fort Drum, NY area are in the Mover's Advantage Program?

Asked 3 years, 10 months ago
by artillery70
Fort Drum, NY
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answer 1
You do not have to find them yourself, just call USAA and they will find you a qualified realtor who works with USAA.

Good luck, I had a great experience with them.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
by Millie Merced
Saint Petersburg, FL
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answer 2
Call the USAA Movers Advantage Program and they will guide you to a realtor.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
by BryanD
Texas
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USAA will find you a realtor that is qualified to help you
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
by josierc
Douglasville, GA
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We live in Colorado springs and have a house in NC is this program helpful if we can't travel to NC?

My wife and I have a hard time getting to NC and we are renting our house there now but plan on selling it when the lease is up...is this program available and helpful if we can't travel there to NC?
Asked 3 years, 8 months ago
by Branigan
Colorado Springs
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answer 1
Yes it is very helpful. Husband and I each own homes in Florida and both are now stationed in GA. Our realtor is doing all of the legwork for both homes and is in great contact with us. She emails any documents we need and all we do is sign and scan/fax them to her. I highly recommend! I also used this program to purchase my home...easy and free money whether buying/selling!
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
by ProudMommy14
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I can't say for certain in regards to selling ... but when I was buying the Realtor was "representing" several buyers that were never present. They picked a house off the internet and had the Realtor do all the leg work. In fact, after we went under contract I left NC and the Realtor handled all the signing at closing.
If you trust your property manager to ensure that the house is in good order, I don't think you will have to be there at all.
Hope this helps
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by tlk19
Raeford, NC
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We used this program to move to another state. They are helpful in all ways and they will hook you up with a reccommended realitor who understands you not being able to be present. They are great in that way.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
by kdetter
Battle Ground, WA
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