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Everything you need to buy or sell your home without hiring a therapist. Think of us as your real estate wingman.
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We believe in less complicated jargon. More transparent communication. From streamlined processes to user-friendly online tools, everything about Rilio is engineered to be simple, easy and even a little fun.
We believe in digital solutions. Our responsive mobile and desktop apps let you manage everything from home showings to contract signings, agent communication to document management. So go to the concert, or the soccer game. We’ll ping you when there’s something you need to know.
One of a kind.
We believe you’re unique. So your real estate experience should be too. Whatever your buying or selling dream looks like, our job is to bring it to life. We do that through a tailored practice that keeps you in the loop, but never overwhelmed. No surprises. Just one-of-a-kind results.
Who says buying a home can’t be fun? Our online search tools are the no-pressure way to find your favorites. Compare results. Let your friend’s weigh in. When you’re ready to set up a tour, we’re just a click away. And, best of all, it’s totally free.
In fact, we actually pay you to hire us. (We did say this would be fun.)See how it works
So you got that great job offer in another town, or you need a bigger backyard for that dog that everyone said would stay small. Whatever your reason for selling your home, it’s our job to make sure you get great promotion, lots of viewings and an outstanding sales price.
How do we do it?See for yourself
If you think Freddie Mac is a fast-food burger, you’re not alone. Let’s face it. The real estate business is filled with mysterious acronyms and confusing terms. That’s why we created these resources to demystify the real estate business. No secret handshakes required.
Why should I buy, instead of rent?
When you rent, you’re basically writing a check every month so someone else can pay off their mortgage or make money (more)
Why Should I Use A Realtor?
Realtors know the neighborhoods. Whether you’re looking for a place with a fast commute or a home in a great school (more)
How do I know if I can get a loan?
A good place to start is by using one of the many online mortgage calculators. By entering your income and a few other details (more)
How much should I ask for my home?
That’s usually the first question that comes to mind when you’re thinking about putting your house on the market. Your largest number of showings (more)