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Real Estate News & Analysis
Tampa and Three California Metros Have the Smallest Gaps in Homeownership by Income...
Home Prices Up 0.6% in February—Smallest Year-Over-Year Gain Since March 2012
Redfin Unveils the Best U.S. Cities for Public Transit in 2019
Redfin Unveils the Best Canadian Cities for Public Transit in 2019
Tips & Advice
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How to Sell Your House in 2019
Hello, Canada! Redfin will launch in Toronto and Vancouver!
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Visualization of the Week
The Redfin Compete Score rates how competitive an area is on a scale of 0 to 100, where 100 is the most competitive.
The Compete Score rates how difficult it is to win a home in an area. Using a combination of proprietary Redfin data and data from the Multiple Listing Services (MLS), the Compete Score is primarily calculated based on four inputs: number of competing offers, waived contingencies, sale to list ratio, and number of days on market. Read more about how Compete Score works here.