Everything you need to know about buying a home, all in one place.
How much does it cost to buy a house?
When buying a home, it is important to understand all the costs involved. In this guide, we cover the costs of the selling a home you may not have known about.
How to determine how much home you can afford
We'll share some recommendations so you can sleep comfortably and worry-free.
The essential checklist for first-time home buyers
If you're feeling overwhelmed trying to understand the process of buying a home, you're not alone. Our infographic helps you to make sense of the journey.
Finding a home
7 tips for finding the best mortgage lender
Many home buyers pay higher interest rates. We'll explain how to find the best mortgage lender.
What to look for when buying a house
Are you dreaming of moving into a beautiful new home? Our in-depth guide provides helpful tips on what to consider when buying a house.
How to buy and sell a house at the same time
Should you buy or sell a house first? In our in-depth guide, we highlight the pros and cons of your options and help you to determine what's right for you.
Closing and moving
How to write an offer letter
We share 4 key tips on how to write an offer letter that will win sellers over.
4 big considerations when negotiating home prices
There are five big negotiation points to consider when writing an offer.
Moving guide and checklist to organize your move
Moving is inherently stressful. We cover each stage of the process so you can plan, budget, and move on to the exciting part of a new home.
Buy with Opendoor
In what cities does Opendoor buy and sell homes?
Some services are only offered in select cities, so be sure to check your area to know what’s available.
How do you buy a house from Opendoor?
We’re here to help you find, tour, buy, and save on fees for any home on the market, whether it’s an Opendoor-owned home or another home you’re interested in.
How can I buy and sell at the same time with Opendoor?
There is no service charge to purchase a home from Opendoor. Nevertheless, there are a few transaction costs that exist in any home purchase that are important to keep in mind.