We Do Business Differently
With Feel @Home Realty, you can buy or sell your home for less.
Feel @Home Realty offers all the real estate services you want and need, but at a lower cost to you. We’ve streamlined the real-estate process to take out all superfluous costs. And we pass those savings on to our clients through low commissions and buyer rebates*.
Following a career spent at such brokerages as Exit Realty, Weichert
Realtors and RE/MAX, Charles “Chuck” Hendershot founded Feel @Home
Realty in 2015. He had a goal of providing buyers and sellers in
Somerset, Morris and Union counties with better service at lower prices.
And that’s exactly what he’s been doing for the past five years.
Feel @Home Realty offers sellers commissions as low as 1.25%, compared with the typical 5%-6%. And buyers reap the rewards of a unique Buyer’s Rebate* on every closed transaction, amounting to thousands of dollars in customers’ pockets.
Everyone at Feel @Home Realty is a full-time employee, with years of expertise to offer our clients. Not only does this mean the benefit of a dedicated professional handling everything from your photography to your negotiations to your social media, it means we don’t have to pay commissions to independent consultants. We pass that savings on to you, our customer.
Leading the team is Chuck, a 40-year local who has lived in Bernardsville, Basking Ridge (Bernards Township), Bedminster, Peapack, Gladstone, Far Hills, Harding Township and Mendham. In addition to being a Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) in New Jersey, his in-depth knowledge of the Somerset, Morris and Hunterdon counties, including local real estate transactions, school districts and neighborhood information, is unparalleled.
At Feel @Home Realty, Chuck has used his expertise and many years of customer feedback to create a lower-cost, full-service experience designed to swiftly and easily guide his clients through buying or selling their home.
* Buyers are advised to consult a tax professional concerning the tax implications of receiving the rebate and any obligation to pay any applicable taxes for receipt of the rebate.