Real Estate Broker & Realtor Co-op


Agent Relationship & Benefits


American Housing has always had a good working relationship with Brokers, Realtors® and Real Estate Professionals. Our sales team will work with you and your client in whatever capacity you feel comfortable, in order to find the new home that meets your buyer’s needs.

It’s been exciting to see the market improve and like you, we want to see this trend continue. By working together, we can put more money in your pocket by making your clients aware of the many benefits of buying a New Home.


A new house will provide your buyer with a home in which they won’t worry about defective appliances, faulty A/C systems or a distressed roof for many years to come. A new home will provide your buyer with many energy-efficient features that will save them money every month. Their new American Housing home will also meet the most current building and hurricane codes.  Plus, new home buyers will get a comprehensive 2-10 Home Buyers’ Warranty that provides peace of mind.


Agents will find working with American Housing Builders II to be easy and quite enjoyable. Your buyer will get to choose the floor plan they want with features of their choosing.  Most importantly, they can do this through a Construction-to-Permanent loan, FHA, VA or Conventional financing and we will be there to assist your buyers from the permitting process until move-in day.


We know that Realtors® work hard for their money and that’s why we never ask you wait until the home is finished to get your commission. In fact, cooperating Realtors® are paid before construction ever begins.  Ask us for more information regarding construction loans.


Buyers will benefit from very little home maintenance, a comprehensive 2/10 home warranty, lower energy costs, lower insurance premiums and as the agent, you’ll have someone on your side to walk you and your buyers through the transaction and keep everyone informed.


Contact Jim Pelosi, Real Estate Broker for American Housing Real Estate at (727) 546-6611 or call him directly on his cell (727) 458-6296. You can also email Jim at