Add "List or Sell Office" to a search.
Use the magnifying glas at the end of the field and search for the office.
They list 10 offices and have have closed 2620 of the 255,978 homes sold since 2003.
Office # 41533,42354,45246,45294,45384,48038,60307,85303,14392,48549
Study your MLS. It is amazing what you can find there.
Dennis Smith, ABR, SRES, e-PRO, CDPE, RealtorÂ® Lic #00476662
Taylor Place Real Estate, Carlsbad CA
I did some research on them a year ago when I had buyers consider using them first. They ended up going with a traditional agent though. I think the redfin model would work poorly for first-time, inexperienced home buyers who need lots of guidance and hand-holding. The older folks with the cash probably wouldn't be attracted to this model in the first place. Just my two cents! good luck!
I myself am not a FULL TIME Buyer's Agent but rather a Full time Real Estate Agent.
Does a Full time Buyers Agent say to a potential seller "I'm sorry, I can take your listing because I am a Full Time Buyers Agent....?
Does a "Full Time Buyers Agent" not understand the selling side of the transaction?
This marketing technique IMO is just about as vague as "Multi Million Dollar Producer".
Would probably best to ask them directly @ 877-973-3346
They also have forums which would probably be better asking this question there: http://forums.redfin.com/
You're an agent and you are asking this question? I wouldn't dream of sending a buyer out into this crazy world of short sales and foreclosures without an experienced buyer's agent to guide him along every step of the way. I've never personally heard of 1 success story of anyone using a Redfin agent, but I can only imagine they are not able to give the same level of service as a full-time buyers agent. I've picked up a few buyers of clients who have started with Redfin but found it didn't work for them. Apparently they make the buyer drive by all the homes before they set up showings. But I don't think they do the legwork necessary to see if the short sale is even worth seeing at this point, or filtering which homes will accept FHA loans. Sounds like a lot of driving for homes that may not even be good candidates.
If there are any Redfin agents on here, please correct me if I am wrong.