Redfin Corp (RDFN) gains 3.85% for July 21

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Redfin Corp (NASDAQ: RDFN) shares gained 3.85%, or $2.24 per share, to close Wednesday at $60.46. After opening the day at $58.10, shares of Redfin fluctuated between $60.89 and $58.00. 715,559 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 1,076,607. Wednesday's activity brought Redfin’s market cap to $6,290,349,755.

Redfin is headquartered in Seattle, Washington..

About Redfin Corp

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.

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