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Opendoor buys Open Listing to create end-to-end marketplace

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Online real estate marketplace, Opendoor has recently announced that the company has acquired homebuyers' platform, Open Listings.

In a press release, Opendoor said the acquisition of Open Listings, which operates a platform that aims to make it easier and lower-cost to find, tour and buy any home on the market, will enable it to create an end-to-end marketplace for the buying, selling and trading of homes. According to the company, 71 percent of home sellers are also looking to purchase a home.

With the acquisition, Opendoor customers will be able to line up a purchase of any home on the market via a trade-in transaction. Buyers who use Open Listings will get a discount on the home purchased through a commission rebate of up to 50 percent, the company said in the press release.

“Opendoor modernized how people sell their homes by making it simple and instant, and we are excited to now bring that same simplicity to buying a home,” said Eric Wu, founder and CEO of Opendoor, in prepared remarks.

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