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Open Listings Launches Comprehensive First-Time Home Buyer Education Course Dubbed Home Schooled

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Open Listings Launches Comprehensive First-Time Home Buyer Education Course Dubbed Home Schooled

Open Listings aims to educate and equip first-time home buyers to make sound and informed decisions when considering their home purchase.

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LOS ANGELES, Aug. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Open Listings, the all-in-one homebuying app that announced just a couple weeks ago that it eclipsed $1B in homes bought on its homebuying platform, announced today that they have launched a comprehensive education course for first-time home buyers to take advantage of while going through their home buying process.

The course is designed to educate and inform home buyers on the ins and outs of making such a monumental decision. Its contents cover detailed and complicated subject matter such as mortgage and pre-approval, offers and closing, demystifying real estate terms and more.

As millennials continue to dominate the homebuying market, tech-savvy and first-time homebuyers are opting for Open Listings' tech-enabled, streamlined buying process.

Providing the support, tools and know-how to navigate those waters for these homebuyers is of paramount importance for Open Listings to deliver upon its core mission of making homebuying simple and affordable.

In addition to Home Schooled, Open Listings produces high quality blog content helping to answer a myriad of pressing questions potential home buyers ask their staff upon signing up for the free service and beginning their home search. From determining how much house you can truly afford, who to speak to for a mortgage, how to negotiate an offer, or otherwise, Open Listings has the answer and is eager to help.

To date, through using the Open Listings website and mobile app, homebuyers have received an average historical refund of $9,390.

About Open Listings

Open Listings is the all-in-one homebuying platform that makes buying a home simple and more affordable. House hunt 24/7, get pressure-free advice from expert agents, create offers online, and save an average of $8,500+ with their 50% commission refund. Since launching in 2015 out of Y Combinator with the mission of making buying a home simple and affordable, the Los Angeles-based company has raised a series-A round with notable investors such as Matrix Partners, Initialized Capital, & Arena Ventures. Open Listings is headquartered in Los Angeles with 45 full-time employees, and over 150 local top-rated real estate agents.

 

SOURCE Open Listings

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