On-Demand Home Buying/Selling

by Cortney Read

OfferPad’s on-demand technology platform provides homeowners the ability to move freely, eliminating the stress and unpredictability associated with the traditional real estate process. Homeowners visit OfferPad.com, request a free purchase offer and, within 24-hours, receive an offer on their home. Once an offer is accepted, people can select their closing date. Buyers can access and self-tour OfferPad homes on their own time through a feature on the site called Instant Access. They can also view home details and initiate an offer. In addition, buyers can view other nearby homes, provide feedback or request an Agent-on-Demand to help them with the process if they choose. OfferPad also works directly with homebuilders and other real estate technology companies to provide homeowners with more options to buy and sell their homes. 

OfferPad started the company in Arizona and is headquartered in Gilbert. The city is on TIME Magazine’s list of The 20 Hottest Cities for Tech Jobs Now, and, as such, is an ideal market for the type of consumers hungry for this real estate revolution. We have an enormous pool of smart, savvy and talented people, and with the influx of new residents comes a need for housing. The rise of the on-demand consumer has changed the way a myriad of businesses operate — from food service to package delivery — and it was just a matter of time before the real estate industry would need to evolve its operations to better suit today’s buyer and seller.

After years of working in various real estate endeavors independently, OfferPad’s founders, Brian Bair and Jerry Coleman, teamed up in 2009. Since that time, the innovative duo has bought and renovated, then sold or rented, more than 100,000 homes across the U.S. With their unique insight into what homeowners need today, they launched OfferPad to give freedom to families and provide convenience, control and certainty when it’s time to sell and buy a home.

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