About Us

Homebidz.com began as a small site with a big vision. We wanted to take a different approach to delivering home listings to the desktops and mobile devices of millions of home seekers. We started by asking the question, "How does today's web searcher like to consume content? How do they like to interact with that content? What makes one source of content more relevant and attractive than another?"

We approached the answer to these questions from several angles. First, we thought through our responses as a consumer looking for the perfect home. We built out workflows and user experience documentation to insure the foundation of our home listings platform was consumer friendly and easy to use. The second thing we discovered in the HomeBidz.com development process was in response to the content consumption question. Our overwhelming response through testing led us to an image forward content presentation in all our consumer interactions. Finally, in response to our need to solve the attractive part of the equation we zeroed in on the data structure and technology behind the site.

Having spent years developing and perfecting HomeBidz.com our team of designers, technical engeeners, and content managers have all come together to deliver the most powerful combination of image forward, technically customized, searcher friendly tools every available in a home seeking experience. We are proud of what we have built, yet we continually improve on our platform based highly on user feedback.

We are glad you found us. Our goal is simple, making homefinding fast and simple saving homeseekers time and money through informative and technologically advanced listing delivery.

Latest Posts

Simple Ways to Save for Your Down Payment via @homebidz

Simple Ways to Save for Your Down Payment

Need Family Support? There are a lot of different ways to purchase a home. You can get creative and try owner-financing, or even buying a home at an auction. For the majority of us though, we’re still using banks and...
Should I Rent to Own or Lease? via @homebidz

Should I Rent to Own or Lease?

Check Out These Listings You've found yourself asking, "Should I rent to own?" or "Should I look into a lease option?" Understanding your options, and determining if a rent-to-own or lease option is the most...
The Art of Changing Realtors When You Need to via @homebidz

The Art of Changing Realtors When You Need to

First Time Home Buyers Click Here Finding a realtor can be kind of like dating. There are a ton of them, each with their own set of pros and cons, different areas of expertise, etc. So, when you start forming a...
Loans, Fees, and the Real Cost of Owning Your Home via @homebidz

Loans, Fees, and the Real Cost of Owning Your Home

Need a Home Loan? We know this may come as a shock, but that home that’s for sale for $350,000 will actually end up costing about $575,000 over time. How? Between the interest rates, insurance, property tax, and...
Rent to Own vs. Traditional Mortgages via @homebidz

Rent to Own vs. Traditional Mortgages

Need an FHA Loan? It’s no secret that most people seek out rent-to-own home options over traditional mortgages because of credit issues: either their credit is fair or poor or simply just unestablished. Depending...
Why Does My Credit Matter? via @homebidz

Why Does My Credit Matter?

Click Here to Look at Bad Credit Home Loans Honestly, if you have less than perfect credit, you can still potentially buy under a rent to own option, but you still have to get financing at some point, so you'll need to...