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“Moving as simple as the click of a button”
“Changing the way Americans buy and sell”
“Fair offer price within minutes”
“Take the hassle out of selling”
Sell to Opendoor and skip the hassle of listing
Request your offer online, no prep work or showings.
Tell us about your home’s features and upgrades—it only takes minutes.
Get a competitive cash offer within 24 hours.
There’s no financing fall-through risk so you can confidently buy your next home.
Complete a free, in-person home assessment.
If repairs are needed, you can skip the hassle and let us handle the work.
Choose your close date and move on your schedule.
Line up your close dates so you avoid double-moves and double-mortgages.
Why Opendoor is better
Selling to Opendoor
Traditional home sale
Now Opendoor can help you buy the perfect home
Get started with pressure-free tours. When you find the one, we’ll help you buy it at the best price.
Is there any cost or obligation if I request an offer?
Receiving an offer on your home from Opendoor is free, and comes with absolutely no obligation to sell. To get started, enter your address at the top of this page, and we’ll walk you through some quick questions about your home’s condition, features, and upgrades.
This seems too good to be true — what's the catch?
We hear this from people who are unfamiliar with our business model, and it’s a natural concern: “How can you give me a competitive offer on my home and still make enough money to operate? There must be a catch.”
Unlike flippers or other buy-low, sell-high investors, our business model is fee-based. We use recent, comparable home sales to make a competitive offer on your home. Then, if you decide to sell to us, we take a service charge out of the sale proceeds similar to how an agent takes a commission in a traditional sale. Every month we buy hundreds of homes helping homeowners across the country get to their next chapter.
What types of homes does Opendoor purchase?
Visit our FAQ page to learn more about the types of homes Opendoor purchases.