How Do You Like Our Remodel?

We’ve changed the floor plan a bit on the Redfin blog, but don’t worry – we’ll continue to provide you with the latest real estate market analysis, quirky stories, Redfin news, and insights from our CEO, only now they’ll be easier to find, whether on a computer or mobile device. There are four new sections:

Real Estate News & Analysis: Under this section you’ll find our latest Real-time Demand Pulse and Home Price Trackers, buyer and seller surveys, real estate market analysis and advice. If you want to see how the real estate market is faring in your city, or if you’re trying to decide whether or not now is the time to buy or sell your home, this is the place to look.

Fun & Fabulous: We like to think that we can be smart AND fun, so we’re going to start blogging more about the lighter side of real estate, including celebrity homes, pop culture, and the fabulous and bizarre listings that cross our desk. If you have any related news tips, please send them our way!

redfin-icon-webRedfin News: Did you know you can search for homes for sale within a certain school district? Are you addicted to Redfin Collections yet? Have you tried requesting a home tour directly from your iPhone or iPad? In this section you can read all about new features and services from Redfin, and stay up to date on the company’s development.

CEO Glenn Kelman: Here you’ll find opinions and insights from Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman. Posts range from thoughts on startups and managing the business, background information on company news, interesting industry news, and further analysis on the market.

We hope you like our new look. And as always, we look forward to hearing from you! We encourage you to join the Redfin community on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and Pinterest, and provide your feedback in the comments section on the blog and in our forums. You can subscribe to our blog via RSS, or sign up for email updates.


  • Dylan

    The remodel looks great! good job and thanks for separating everything out so that we can see what went into the process!