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.

Zillow will buy and sell homes in 5 more cities

Zillow Offers, the direct-to-consumer homebuying and selling platform, is coming to Miami, Minneapolis, Nashville, Orlando and Portland.

And the next Zillow Offers market is …

The real estate technology giant’s direct-to-consumer homebuying and selling program will be launching in its eighth market in 2019.

Zillow Offers reveals its next market: Houston

Zillow Offers, a consumer-facing program to directly buy a home, prepare it for showings and quickly resell the home, is coming to Houston. 

Zillow Offers will launch in Charlotte and Raleigh this winter

The expansion to these two North Carolina cities also puts Zillow’s nascent but quickly expanding homebuying and reselling program up against competing “iBuyers,” namely Knock and Opendoor. 

Zillow Offers officially launches in Atlanta

Zillow Offers launched Monday in Atlanta. It’s the third market for the neophyte direct-to-consumer homebuying and selling program, which launched in Phoenix back in April of this year.

Zillow Offers is coming to Denver this fall

Zillow is bringing its online homebuying and selling program to Denver sometime this fall, the company announced on Wednesday.

Zillow now lets you apply for apartments, pay rent online

Zillow released new tools on Tuesday aiming to make the listing giant the go-to place for Americans to search for, apply to and pay for apartment rentals online.

WATCH: Here’s what real estate will look like in 2020

Warburg Realty President Clelia Peters, Zillow President Jeremy Wacksman, real estate analyst Mike DelPrete and Keller Williams group leader Vija Williams joined Brad Inman at Inman Connect San Francisco to debate the future of real estate.

What will real estate look like in 2020?

Zillow’s Jeremy Wacksman, Warburg Realty’s Clelia Peters, analyst Mike DelPrete and Keller Williams lead Vija Williams debate real estate’s future in this ICSF panel.