Keller Offers FAQs

Keller Offers, also referred to as KW iBuyer program and Keller Williams iBuyer program, is an instant buyer program (iBuyer program) developed by Keller Williams, in partnership with Offerpad. Their goal is to enable sellers like yourself to sell on your timeline, thanks to the fast iBuying model, while also having a traditional real estate agent available to you, should you need assistance along the way.

Keller Offers is owned by Keller Williams, the largest real estate brand in the world. Keller Offers also has a partnership with Offerpad, the second largest iBuyer in the country.

As with most iBuyer programs, Keller Offers tends to buy homes in the $200,000 to $500,000 price range. These homes are typically newer built single family homes, townhouses, or condos.

The Keller Williams instant offer program leverages their partnership with Offerpad to determine market value estimates. Offerpad uses predictive market analysis and a team of real estate experts to assess the fair market value of your home.

Being that Keller Offers is partnered with Offerpad, you can typically expect to receive a response within 24 hours.

Keller Offers has an interesting approach, because it's owned by real estate giant, Keller Williams, in partnership with iBuyer giant, Offerpad. This means you get access to both iBuying and real estate options. Keller Offers will usually present you with a cash offer to buy your home, at a rate determined by Offerpad, and then, if you choose not to accept that offer, a Keller Williams agent will assist you in selling your home in the traditional way.

Keller Offers, like most iBuyers, enables you to close on your home fast. You can typically choose to close on the sale in as little as two weeks, and up to 90 days after you accept the Keller Williams instant offer.