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The easiest way to sell your house in Parker

Are you ready to sell your home in Parker, Colorado?

Join thousands of happy homeowners who sold to Offerpad

Offerpad will buy your home directly, allowing you to avoid the typical hassle-filled selling process.

Selling your home in Parker

Homeowners who choose Offerpad to sell their home receive a no-obligation purchase offer, typically within 24 hours, and can even select their own closing date. For some home-sellers in Parker, it can take months to sell when you list your home the traditional way. That's potentially more than two months of waiting to find a buyer, keeping your house show-ready, and additional mortgage payments. With Offerpad, you can skip the hassles of selling the old way and sell your house in Parker in as little as 15 days. Ready to get started? Request your offer today!

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Meet Harold & Viviane

My wife Viviane and I love Offerpad! The process was exactly as advertised. We were given the flexibility to change our closing date when needed. It was no problem for Offerpad. They were absolutely fantastic every step of the way. From the quick sale, to paying for the movers, we believe selling a home to Offerpad is the absolute easiest!
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Welcome to the easiest way to sell your home

  1. Visiting the Offerpad website
    Provide us your address and tell us about your home
  2. Virtual Tour
    Show us your home with photos or virtual walk-through (it's optional)
  3. Receiving your offer
    Within 24 hours, we’ll send you an offer and any additional selling options
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    Let’s get you sold! You get to choose what solution works best for you

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More information about Parker

The city of Parker, Colorado is located roughly 25 miles southeast of downtown Denver by taking I-25 S to CO-83 S (S. Parker Rd) and then Santa Fe Dr south, in Douglas County. The United States Census Bureau* recently released 2017 data which tallies Parker at more than 55,636 current residents. From 2010 to 2017, residential population has increased by 22.22% - that is a growth of more than 10,113 residents in a seven year timeframe.

*Parker data & statistics provided from census.gov

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