Comparing different models
Keller Williams offers a traditional brokerage service while
Opendoor buys your home directly from you.
What is Keller Williams
Keller Williams Realty is an American international real estate franchise and technology company with over 180,000 associates in 940+ offices. Founded in 1983, Keller Williams has become the top franchise in the United States by sales volume. Once a year, Keller Williams hosts an event called RED Day where associates spend a day giving back to their local communities, working on projects that include rebuilding homes, blood drives, giving to local food shelters, and more. Keller Williams has full service local agents to help you sell your home.
How Keller Williams works
Search for a local real estate agent by entering your location
You can do some research on the various agents that show up by looking at their profile through Zillow or Yelp
Reach out by phone or email to the agent you'd like to hire to schedule a consultation.
What is Opendoor
Opendoor purchases your home directly from you.
You can sell your home without listing it on the market and close on your own timeline. It is free to request a no-obligation offer from Opendoor. Offers are based on unique details and features of your home, recent comparable home sales around you, and market conditions and trends.
If you are looking to buy, you can browse Opendoor's inventory and easily make an offer through their app or by getting in touch.
How Opendoor works
Request an offer from Opendoor, and receive an offer based on market data and unique information about your home.
Opendoor arranges a free home assessment. If there are needed repairs, you can take care of them or Opendoor will do the work and deduct the costs.
Set a closing timeline, and a title and escrow agent will set a time for you to sign the necessary documents. Opendoor will visit the home in a final walkthrough to make sure the home is still in the same condition.
Service offerings by Keller Williams compared to Opendoor