Opendoor is an online real estate platform that allows users to buy and sell residential real estate.
Opendoor’s headquarters are in San Francisco, California. Eric Wu is the co-founder and CEO of Opendoor. Opendoor investors are General Atlantic, SoftBank Group and Fifth Wall Ventures Management, LLC. Opendoor has acquired 1 company, the latest of which is OS National, LLC for an undisclosed amount as of September 2019. As of August 2019, Opendoor has 29.5K fans on Facebook and 1.9K followers on Twitter.
Opendoor’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Opendoor top competitors include: Knock, Compass, Zillow Group, WeWork, Sonder, Easyknock, Zumper, Redfin, Movoto, Homie, Offerpad, RealScout, beycome, NeedToSellMyHouseFast, The Real Estate Company and Investorwize.
Together they lifted more than 19.8B between their approximately 24.2K employees. Opendoor’s revenue ranked 5th among its top 10 competitors. The average of the top 10 competitors is 434.2M. Opendoor has 1000 employees and is ranked 5th among the top 10 competitors. The top ten competitors have on average 1288 employees.
Headquarters: 1 Post Street Floor 11 San Francisco, California 94104
Knock is the competitor of the #1 Opendoor. Knock is a private company founded in 2015 in New York, California. Knock works in the field of real estate services. Compared to Opendoor, Knock has 870 fewer employees.
Compass is regarded as one of the largest competitors of Opendoor. The company “Compass” was founded in New York City in 2012. Compass competes in the field of rental services. Compared to Opendoor, “Compass” brings in 2.1 billion dollars more income.
Zillow Group is one of the main competitors of Opendoor. The Zillow Group is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and was founded in 2006. Zillow Group works in the field of real estate services. The Zillow Group generates 3,238% of Opendoor revenue.