Raising $210 million is enough to get any business into the news. That’s especially true when the business in question is Opendoor, the two-year-old real estate startup that aims to bring simplicity to the housing market by purchasing homes directly from sellers and flipping them over to buyers after a quick spruce-up.
- Opendoor -- the two-year-old real estate startup -- is making waves and is very well-funded.
- An analysis of MLS and public records shows market traction we can't ignore.
- The model comes with risk, but the path to $1 billion in revenue is believable.
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