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Title 41Subtitle FChapter 302Subchapter EPart 302-14Subpart A → §302-14.2


Title 41: Public Contracts and Property Management
PART 302-14—HOME MARKETING INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
Subpart A—Payment of Incentive to the Employee


§302-14.2   What is the purpose of a home marketing incentive payment?

The purpose of a home marketing incentive payment is to reduce the Government's relocation costs by encouraging transferred employees to participate in their employing agency's homesale program to independently and aggressively market, and find a bona fide buyer for their residence. This significantly reduces the fees/expenses their agencies must pay to relocation services companies and effectively lowers the cost of such programs.


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