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Isn't that just Redfin?



It was, until Redfin realized their customers like them better because they don't like talking to a human agent, so they raised their prices to be almost the same price as everyone else.


Redfin probably raised their rates because they're operating at negative cash flow on both levered and unlevered basis.


sounds like the perfect time for a new redfin to bring in some competition.


On the sell-side, our family has used revinre.com for several recent houses and paid 0% to a "seller's" agent, plus a few hundred dollars for them to send someone out and take better pictures than you're going to. I think they're just in Phoenix but presumably others will pop up.




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