Redfin is a technology-powered real estate brokerage that represents people buying and selling homes. Founded and run by technologists, Redfin has a team of real estate agents who earn a salary and customer-satisfaction bonuses, not commissions. Redfin.com features all of the broker-listed homes for sale, as well as for-sale-by-owner properties. Redfin real estate agents work with the company's team of engineers to create tools that make the buying and selling process easier. As of May 2015, the company serves 67 major markets across the U.S. and has closed more than $13 billion in home sales. The service launched in February 2006.
On their site, Redfin combines MLS listing information with historical data into a single map. You can search for homes by neighborhood, city, zip code, MLS number or school zone, and you can refine results using detailed parameters like price and number of beds or baths.
*Based on Preferred Stock Price, Redfin does not have a stock symbol since it is currently private and is yet to have an IPO.
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