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What Most Realtors Don’t Want You To Know About Zillow, Open Door, and Others

Thursday, September 19, 2019   /   by Kevin Kauffman

What Most Realtors Don’t Want You To Know About Zillow, Open Door, and Others

Most real estate agents don’t want you to know about iBuyers, but today we’ll discuss their merits.
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Let’s face it—even we can admit that buying and selling a home isn’t always the most pleasant experience. Sometimes it can be downright painful. That’s part of the appeal to selling a home to an iBuyer; the sheer convenience factor can help save a lot of money.


While many real estate agents are critical of the increasingly popular iBuyer trend, we’ve opted to embrace it. At the end of the day, we want what’s best for you and your experience.


People who sell to iBuyers do so for the convenience and the ability to control when the home will close—this is especially useful for those sellers who also have to buy another home right after. Though it may not always net the seller the most money, sometimes it’s simply the best route for them. 


At Group 46:10, we meet with many of our homeowners and provide them with all the options they have in the market. If you work with us, we’ll consult with you about what we think we can get for your home through the traditional pathway of listing on the MLS, and beyond that, we’ll also bring in offers from Opendoor, Offerpad, Zillow, and many other buyers you may not even be aware of. Together, we’ll sort through all your options and empower you to make the best decision for you and your family, whatever that turns out to be.


If you have any questions about which is the right path for you or you’d like to learn more about iBuyers generally, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’d be happy to sit down with you to cover all your options.