HI, If you are a buyer then yes the agency representing you can provide you with a "frebate" according to NJ law.
However there are three things you must be made aware of.
First, they must offer it and have you sign paperwork agreeing to the rebate, prior to your purchasing a home, as a matter of fact it must be in writing when you FIRST establish a relationship wioth that brokerage/agency/agent.
Second that rebate MAY have implications on your taxes, so it's best to look into the tax implications before you look for a company that proivides rebates or accepting one.
Third, is that lender qualifications for your loan MAY be affected by your receipt of a rebate.
I don't know of many companies (or ANY major brokerages for that matter) that are actually offering rebates. I guess you will have to call around to local agencies in the area you are considering buying to see if they offer them, or search online for one.
I will caution you that you get what you pay for. What you are doing, in essence, is taking money out ot the paycheck of the very person you hired to represent you and they will not work as hard for you, it's not worth the time and effoert quite frankly.
I found a web site that says the following: