A month after saying its thirtieth market, Opendoor is properly on its method to assembly its 42-market objective with the launch of companies in Northern Colorado, Colorado Springs and Kansas Metropolis, based on an announcement on Tuesday.
“After launching in St. Louis final month, Opendoor continues its momentum in Missouri in addition to bringing companies to Kansas with the launch of the Kansas Metropolis market,” Opendoor Head of Metropolis Operation Rob Reiling mentioned in a press launch. “The world stands out for movers and was just lately ranked as the most effective U.S. cities to dwell in.”
“Right now’s launch additionally builds on our current presence in Colorado, with an enlargement to Northern Colorado—together with Fort Collins, Boulder and Greeley, in addition to Colorado Springs, which is reportedly seeing an inflow of younger movers this yr,” he added.
Beginning Tuesday, customers can make the most of Opendoor’s two homeselling companies. Homesellers can request an all-cash supply from Opendoor after offering their tackle and finishing a questionnaire. After accepting the supply, homesellers will full a video walkthrough to establish any vital repairs.
Sellers can select their very own time limit and may resolve to reject the supply any time earlier than closing. “Once you promote to Opendoor, there are not any unexpected prices and full transparency within the sale so you may really feel assured about avoiding surprises,” Megan Meyer Toolson, Opendoor’s chief buyer officer, informed Inman in February.
Homesellers even have the choice of itemizing their dwelling on the open market by way of Opendoor, which features a $10,000 interest-free advance for repairs and a 5 % flat charge.
Together with the rollout of operations in Northern Colorado, Colorado Springs and Kansas Metropolis, Opendoor is now in 33 markets throughout the US. To this point, Opendoor has closed greater than 90,000 transactions.