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Redfin’s IPO, and Now

After seemingly hearing the “when is Redfin going public?” question floating around industry conversations for years, it appears the answer is here. Now. In more ways than one. The real big news is not that they announced their IPO. It’s Now. As in Redfin Now, a competitor to Opendoor. I have to hand it to them. Redfin Now is smart move. They have a significant, significant advantage over Opendoor (and everyone else except Zillow’s Instant Offers).
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