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  • Direct homebuyer OfferPad secures $150 million in funding to power growth

    Targeting $1.5 billion in volume in 2018
    There certainly appears to be no shortage of money interested in investing in the burgeoning direct homebuyer segment. Opendoor has been raising money hand over fist, a newcomer named Perch launched last week with $30 million in funding, plus Zillow and Redfin both recently expanded into direct buying. The other growing player is OfferPad, which announced this week that it recently secured $150 million in new funding to continue growing its direct buyer business.
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  • Direct homebuyer Perch raises $30 million to fund expansion

    Currently available in San Antonio, Texas
    The move towards institutionalizing the home-flipping business has another player: Perch. The company, which is based in New York, launched recently and is currently buying houses directly from homeowners and selling those houses in San Antonio, Texas. The company plans to grow beyond San Antonio and has secured $30 million in funding to power that growth.
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  • Gamechanger: Zillow to begin buying and selling houses

    Follows lead of Redfin and other direct homebuyers
    Nearly one year ago, Zillow shook up the real estate industry when it announced that it was getting into the home selling business by launching “Zillow Instant Offers.” As it turns out, that was just the beginning. Zillow announced Thursday that it will begin buying homes and selling homes directly to and from homeowners.
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  • Real estate startup Knock launches home trade-in program, plans 10-state expansion

    Will buy homeowner’s house, and move them into new home
    Imagine selling your old house and buying a new one is just as easy as trading in your old car for a new one – that’s the world that Knock, a real estate startup, is trying to create. Knock, which operates currently in Atlanta with plans to expand, is launching a “home trade-in platform,” which the company claims will “revolutionize” the real estate process.
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