When you sell to Opendoor, we buy your home directly from you. The best way to see if your home is eligible is to request an offer at opendoor.com. You’ll get a response shortly after answering a few questions.
Here’s some of the general criteria we look at. Keep in mind that this can change at any time.
- Single-family homes
- Duplexes (in certain areas)
- Condos (in certain areas)
We don’t buy prefabricated or mobile homes.
We typically buy homes with an Opendoor offer price between $100K and $600K, but we can buy homes worth up to $1.4M. This varies by area.
In most areas, we buy homes that sit on a maximum lot size of 2 acres. In some areas, we buy homes that sit on a maximum lot size of 1 acre of 1.5 acres.
We typically buy homes built after 1930. This can vary by area.
Location and restrictions
- Homes that are within our service areas.
- Homes in age-restricted communities (in some areas)
- Homes in gated communities (in some areas)
We don’t buy homes that are located within flood zones.
Ownership and occupancy
We buy homes if:
- The seller has clear ownership of the property
- The home is owner-occupied or vacant at the time of closing
We don’t buy homes that are owned by banks, government agencies, or government loan insurers.
Solar panels and solar leases
We can typically buy homes with solar panels if the panels are owned outright.
If the home has leased solar panels, we can only buy it if the lease has been pre-paid or purchased outright at the time of closing.
Home condition and materials
We don’t buy a home if:
- It’s being sold as a short sale or foreclosure
- It has un-permitted additions
- There are significant foundation issues, or damage from floods, fires, or other natural disasters.
- There are dated materials like polybutylene plumbing or masonite woodruff roofs
- There’s a well or septic system
- There’s active organic growth
Still not sure if we can buy your home? Try requesting an offer at opendoor.com. It only takes a few minutes to see if your home qualifies.