Introducing UpNest iBuyer program information
Since its launching, UpNest has been recognized by Inc500 Fastest Growing Company for facilitating billions of dollars in home sales and saving customers millions of dollars in commission.
UpNest is currently buying and selling homes in the following markets:
See what an iBuyer would pay for your home
UpNest is an online platform used by buyers and sellers interested in working with reputable agents. UpNest matches their customers with agents who will offer competitive commission quotes and services to assist homeowners with real estate transactions.
You'll first submit a request through their website, and then receive a call from an advisor that'll speak with you about what services you're looking for. Once you've received agent's proposals, it's then your choice which one you want to work with. After you've done some interviewing and made a decision, your agent of choice can begin helping you with your real estate transaction.
UpNest functions nationwide.
What you receive for your home will depend on your location, your homes condition, and the current condition of the market. UpNest also offers a "map" on their website that can give you an idea of home prices within your residential area.
UpNest saves you the time of recruiting an agent yourself, which can take months. UpNest also has a team who will be there for you throughout your entire selling process, and will answer any questions or concerns you might have for free.
UpNest is selective in their recruitment. They require every agent to have a minimum of 3 years of experience, have represented 6 transactions in the past 12 months, and demonstrate impressive online marketing skills.
UpNest is a free service. Your charge will be dependent on the agent you choose and what their commission fees are.
Within 24 hours, you'll have 3-5 proposals from the agents matched with you.
If you find yourself unsatisfied with the agents matched with you, UpNest will provide you with more agents for free.
Founder and CEO of UpNest is Simon Ru.