Valet Living debuts rental turn over service

Rental services company Valet Living announced a new service this week that is designed to speed up and simplify the process of turning over rental units between tenants — and save property owners money along the way.

Keller Williams iBuyer program Keller Offers to debut in May

Keller Williams will launch an iBuying program next month in Texas and plans to expand that program to as many as eight metro areas by the end of the year.

Zillow Offers launches in Dallas

Zillow on Monday will begin buying and selling homes in Dallas through its iBuyer platform Zillow Offers. It’s the second market in Texas after Houston and the ninth market overall for Zillow Offers. 

Open Listings in Dallas gets folded into the Opendoor brand

Open Listings will cease using its own branding in Dallas this month and carry on under the banner of Opendoor, which became its parent company last fall.

Redfin iBuyer offers usually rejected: Redfin chief executive

Glenn Kelman said most who receive offers from his company’s iBuyer program reject those offers, but he argued that the program still helps sell houses.

Redfin Now’s all-cash homebuying offers are usually rejected

Glenn Kelman said most who receive offers from his company’s iBuyer program reject those offers, but he argued that the program still helps sell houses.

Redfin and Zillow take Texas

As direct-to-consumer homebuying and selling platforms continue to rise, Zillow and Redfin are taking their iBuyer platforms to Texas.

Want to start buying investment properties? Then get creative

Want to be a property owner? Think way outside the box, a panel of real estate investors told attendees Wednesday at Inman Connect New York.

Which markets will homebuyers be priced out of next?

SmartAsset’s study released on Tuesday shows that homebuyers are starting to be priced out of historically affordable markets such as Dallas, Nashville and St. Louis, thanks to inadequate income growth.

Opendoor temporarily caps offers in Dallas-Fort Worth at $300,000

Opendoor, the popular iBuyer startup launched in 2014, will temporarily stop making offers on houses over $300,000 in the Dallas-Fort Worth market.