|会社名||Redfin Corp （レッドフィン）|
|概要||事業概要 レッドフィン(Redfin Corporation)は住宅不動産仲介サービスの提供に従事する。同社の顧客は近所、都市またはMLS番号で住宅を検索できる。また、価格やベッド数や入浴数などの詳細なパラメータを使用して検索できる。同社は自宅のバイヤーと売り手向けサービスを提供する。同社は家庭用自動評価ツールであるRedfin Estimateを含むオンラインツールを消費者に提供する。顧客はオースティン、アトランタ、ボルティモア、ボストン、シャーロット、シカゴ、ダラス、デンバー、フォートローダーデール、ヒューストン、レイクタホ、ラスベガス、ロサンゼルス、マイアミ、フィラデルフィア、フェニックス、ポートランド、OR、ローリー、 サンアントニオ、サンディエゴ、サンフランシスコ、サクラメント、サンノゼ、シアトル、ワシントンにある販売用住宅を検索できる。同社は米国内の80以上のメトロエリアにサービスを提供する。 レッドフィンは米国の不動産仲介業者。従来の不動産仲介形態とは異なり、顧客に売り家検索サイトとアプリによるオンライン・プラットフォ―ムを提供する。地図ベ―スの検索や、人工知能が顧客に現在の不動産価値や不動産が売りに出される時期などの情報を回答するなど、次世代テクノロジ―に焦点を当てた不動産仲介事業を行う。本社所在地はワシントン州シアトル。 Redfin is a technology-powered real estate broker, instant home-buyer (iBuyer), lender, title insurer, and renovations company. The Company sells homes for more money and charge half the fee. It also runs the country's #1 real-estate brokerage site. Its home-buying customers see homes first with on-demand tours, and its lending and title services help them close quickly. Customers selling a home can take an instant cash offer from Redfin or have its renovations crew fix up their home to sell for top dollar. Since launching in 2006, Redfin has saved customers nearly $1 billion in commissions. It serves more than 95 markets across the U.S. and Canada and employ over 4,100 people.|
|本社所在地||1099 Stewart Street Suite 600 Seattle WA 98101 USA|
|代表者氏名||Robert J. Mylod Robert J. Mylod|
|代表者役職名||Independent Chairman of the Board|
|市場名||NASDAQ National Market System|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the six months ended 30 June 2018 Redfin Corp revenues increased 35% to $222.5M. Net loss applicable to common stockholders decreased 79% to $33.2M. Revenues reflect Real estate segment increase from $100.7M to $205.8M Properties segment increase from $2M to $9M. Lower net loss reflects Interest income increase from $76K to $1.3M (income) Other income net increase from $13K to $179K (income).|
US Home Sales Stall as Buyer Stampede Leaves Scant Inventory Images 2021/07/17 06:43:02 The Epoch Times
By Prashant Gopal From Bloomberg News In the most competitive housing market in U.S. history, sales are beginning to stall. Home transactions fell 1.2 percent in June from May, the largest drop for the month in records going back to 2012, according to seasonally adjusted data from Redfin Corp. The inventory reached an all-time low, 
More Than 34,000 Homes in Rural Counties of Washington, Oregon, California and Idaho Face Wildfire Threat 2021/07/16 17:30:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , July 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) In total, 34,823 homes in rural counties across Washington , Oregon , California and Idaho are at risk of destruction as wildfires continue to burn, according to data from Redfin ( redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. With more than 50 fires currently burning through Western states, many homes are at risk of damage, especially in smaller rural communities. Properties at risk of being damaged by currently burning fires are those with county property records falling within a 5 miles buffer of active and recent fires reported by the Wildland Fire Interagency Geospatial Services Group, as of July 15, 2021 , in California , Idaho , Oregon , and Washington . Below are the top five counties with the highest percentage of homes currently facing fire risk. State County Name Total Properties Within County Total Properties Within County at Risk Percentage of Properties at Risk Within the County WA Asotin County 7,264 2,159 29.
Redfin Reports Pending Sales Dip, Price Drops Becoming More Common 2021/07/16 17:05:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , July 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) The average weekly share of homes for sale with a price drop passed 4% for the first time since September signaling a cool-down in the hyper-competitive market, according to a new report from Redfin ( redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. Other indicators corroborate the slowdown: the share of homes sold over list price, the share of homes sold within a week and median days on market are all also either cooling off or plateauing. Key housing market takeaways for 400+ U.S. metro areas: Unless otherwise noted, this data covers the four-week period ending July 11 . Redfin''s housing market data goes back through 2012. Data based on homes listed and/or sold during the period: The median home-sale price increased 21% year over year to $365,500 , a record high. Asking prices of newly listed homes were up 12% from the same time a year ago to a median of $361,700 . This is up 0.5% from the four-week period ending July 4 , but down 0.6% from the all-time high two weeks ago.
Share of Homes Bought With All Cash Hits 30% for First Time Since 2014 2021/07/15 15:34:00 PR Newswire
SEATTLE, July 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN) Nearly one-third (30%) of U.S. home purchases this year were paid for with all cash, according to an analysis from Redfin (www.redfin.com), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. That''s up from 25.3% during all of 2020 and
Demand For Vacation Homes Falls For the First Time in a Year, Marking Possible End of Pandemic-Driven Surge 2021/07/14 12:00:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , July 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) The number of buyers who locked in mortgage rates to purchase a second home nationwide fell 11.1% year over year in June, a reversal from the yearlong surge in demand for vacation homes driven by the pandemic, according to a new report from Redfin ( redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. With the pandemic winding down, vacation-home demand is declining from the peak it reached earlier this year. Demand for second homes started surging in June 2020 as pandemic-related lockdowns and remote work made vacation destinations ultra-desirable and affluent buyers took advantage of low mortgage rates. This is the first decline since April 2020 and follows more than a year of double- and triple-digit increases in mortgage-rate locks for Full story available on Benzinga.com
Housing-Market Competition Has Eased Slightly, But 7 in 10 Buyers Still Face Bidding Wars 2021/06/16 12:00:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , June 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) In May, 70.4% of home offers written by Redfin agents faced competition, down from a revised rate of 73.6% in April, according to a new report from Redfin ( www.redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. That''s still up significantly from 52.7% in May 2020 , which was impacted by pandemic stay-at-home orders. An offer is considered part of a bidding war if a Redfin agent reported that it faced at least one competing bid. Competition typically tapers in the early summer following spring homebuying season, so seasonality may be contributing to the dip in the May bidding-war rate. Early signals of a cooldown in the housing market may also be a factor. American house hunters have grappled with record-breaking levels of competition during the coronavirus pandemic as homebuyer demand has skyrocketed due to low mortgage rates and flexible work policies. This has intensified an existing housing shortage, which has also fueled fierce bidding wars.
Redfin CEO on home buying: no part of the country that''s safe from bidding wars 2021/06/11 20:42:03 Seeking Alpha
Redfin Reports Pending Sales Continue to Slow--Still Up 29% from 2020 2021/06/11 18:30:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , June 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) The breakneck pace of the housing market is beginning to slow heading into June, according to a new report from Redfin ( redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. Leading indicators of activity are now mostly cooling off instead of continuing to heat up. Adjusted for seasonality, home purchase applications have been falling since late March and are now 7% below their average levels in January and February 2020 , despite low mortgage rates and easing access to credit. The cooling market is also reflected in a four-week decline in pending sales and a drop in Redfin''s demand index, which is down 12% from its late-March peak. Taken as a whole, the data paints a picture not of a bursting bubble, but a clear change from the overheated spring market. "Homebuyers may have found a better way to spend Memorial Day weekend than touring homes, but most have not exited the market entirely," said Redfin Lead Economist Taylor Marr . "Buyers have faced a tough market this year and fewer feel it is a good time to buy as the allure of low rates has waned, so some are choosing to wait it out for now.
Redfin Reports Demand For Second Homes is Cooling to Pre-Pandemic Levels 2021/06/10 12:00:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , June 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) The number of buyers who locked in mortgage rates to purchase a second home nationwide rose 48% year over year in May, according to a new report from Redfin ( redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. Though that''s a significant increase, it''s the first time in a year the annual growth rate has fallen below 80%. Year-over-year increases are likely exaggerated because demand for second homes was relatively low in May 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic slowing real estate activity. Demand for vacation homes jumped in June 2020 as the U.S. real estate market came roaring back to Full story available on Benzinga.com
Homes With High Flood Risk Are Selling for Nearly $50,000 More Than Low-Risk Homes as Pandemic Buyers Chase Waterfront Properties 2021/06/09 12:00:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , June 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) The median sale price of homes with high flood risk was $402,010 in the first quarter of 2021, compared with $353,783 for homes with low flood risk, according to a new report from Redfin ( www.redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. That means high-risk homes sold for a record 13.6% premiumup from a premium of 10.1% in the first quarter of 2020 and a premium of 7.2% in the first quarter of 2019. Since 2013, homes with high flood risk have sold for about 7% more than homes with low flood risk on average, likely because many of them are luxury waterfront properties. That premium surged during the coronavirus pandemic, when many wealthy homebuyers started eyeing oceanfront or lakefront houses outside of major cities. "Americans are buying the beach houses they always dreamed of because they have the flexibility to work from wherever they want," said Redfin Senior Economist Full story available on Benzinga.com
Investor Home Purchases Rise for First Time in a Year as U.S. Economy Bounces Back 2021/05/19 14:00:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , May 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) — U.S. home purchases by investors rose 2.7% year over year in the first quarter, marking the first period of growth since the coronavirus pandemic began, according to a new report from Redfin ( www.redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. That follows three consecutive quarters of declines, during which investor purchases slumped by as much as 45.5%. Redfin defines an investor as any institution or business that purchases residential real estate. Investors bought about 1 of every 7 U.S. homes (14.9%) in the first quarter—a rebound from the prior three quarters, during which they bought closer to 1 in 10 homes. Investor market share is now just shy of the 16.1% level it hit in the first quarter of 2020, when the pandemic had barely begun. "Investors are likely starting to feel more comfortable because the economy is in recovery mode," Redfin Senior Economist Sheharyar Bokhari said. "They also may be jumping back in because they see the intensifying shortage of homes for sale as an opportunity.
For Low-Tax States, Four People Move In For Every One Person Who Leaves 2021/05/18 13:00:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , May 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) — For states with the lowest taxes, an average of four people moved in from other parts of the country for every one person who left over the last eight years, according to a new report from Redfin ( redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. The trend is reversed in high-tax states, where an average of 2.5 people left for every one person who moved in. Nevada , Florida , South Carolina and Texas are prime examples of low-tax states that are attracting new residents. Nevada gained more residents than any other state over the last eight years—for every nine people who moved into Nevada from 2013 to 2020, just one person left—and it has the sixth-lowest tax rate in the country. That's according to a Redfin analysis of estimated migration to and from 48 U.S. states from 2013 to 2020, correlated with rates of sales tax, income tax and property tax in 2020. For the national average, the 15 states with the lowest taxes are considered "low-tax states" and the 15 states with the highest taxes are considered "high-tax states." Hawaii and Alaska are excluded because they're extreme outliers in terms of migration.
Home Sales Continue to Skyrocket as Homebuyers Scramble to Take Advantage of Historically Low Mortgage Rates 2021/05/14 18:00:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , May 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) —The median home-sale price increased 22% year over year to $350 ,750—an all-time high—according to a new report from Redfin ( redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. In addition, the typical home sold in a record of just 18 days on the market. Below are other key housing market takeaways for more than 400 U.S. metro areas during the 4-week period ending May 9 (unless otherwise noted). Note that at this time last year, pandemic stay-at-home orders halted homebuying and selling, which makes year-over-year comparisons unreliable for select housing metrics. As such, Redfin has broken this analysis into two sections: metrics that are acceptable to compare to the same period in 2020, and metrics for which it makes more sense to compare to the same period in 2019. Metrics to compare to 2020: Home prices hit a record … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Redfin to Attend the 16th Annual Needham Virtual Technology & Media Conference 2021/05/13 20:01:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , May 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Redfin Corporation (NASDAQ: RDFN ) today announced that Chief Financial Officer Chris Nielsen will attend the following virtual event:
U.S. Home Sales Likely to Hit Record High of $2.5 Trillion In 2021 2021/05/11 12:00:00 Benzinga
SEATTLE , May 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (NASDAQ: RDFN ) — Redfin forecasts a record $2.53 trillion worth of home sales in America in 2021—a 17% year-over-year gain that would mark the largest annual increase in percentage terms since 2013. Redfin ( www.redfin.com ), the technology-powered real estate brokerage, made the prediction in a new report out today. To put $2.53 trillion into perspective, it's roughly equal to the value of Amazon.com Inc. and Facebook Inc. combined, or the 2020 gross domestic product (GDP) of France. The U.S. housing market has undergone a meteoric rise during the coronavirus pandemic, fueled by record-low mortgage rates and a wave of migration made possible by remote work. Almost two-thirds (60%) of people expect to continue working from home at least part time after the pandemic, according to an April survey of Redfin.com visitors who have moved to a different metro … Full story available on Benzinga.com
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