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Mar 13, 2019
Redefy Holdings Inc., a flat-fee brokerage firm based in Denver, said Tuesday it had entered into a share exchange agreement with Mister Goody Inc., a publicly traded management consulting services firm. The “reverse merger,” if completed, will provide Redefy with a public stock it can use to continue a national expansion. “We believe that with access to public capital markets, Redefy can more effectively continue to grow and become the national leader in the technology-enabled, flat-fee, full-service real estate space,” CEO Chris Rediger said in a statement. The transaction, expected to close in the second quarter, requires Redefy to raise $1.5 million in financing. Redefy will become a subsidiary of Mister Goody, with Rediger as CEO. The combined public company will take on a new name and start with 14.9 million common shares. Redefy got its start in 2011 after Rediger, who was running an investment pool purchasing distressed real estate, became frustrated with commissions. The full-service firm charges a flat $3,500 listing fee on homes under $1 million, and a 1 percent commission on homes above $1 million. Tags: March 8, 2019 at 5:50 pm Liz Burtt would start out thinking she had just rented a little piece of paradise in Denver, only to find herself locked into an unexpected purgatory. March 7, 2019 at 6:00 am Outside of California's biggest cities, no other housing market is cooling as quickly this year as is metro Denver's, according to an analysis from Zillow. March 6, 2019 at 7:43 am Selling books online is what put Amazon on the map. Now ranked among the most valuable companies in the world, the company began selling books to Denver-area consumer the old fashioned way on Wednesday: Via a storefront in Cherry Creek. March 6, 2019 at 6:00 am Originally aiming to move in in early 2018, then late 2018, then earlier this year, HomeAdvisor's is finally move into the Hub building at 3601 Walnut St. in the coming weeks. A private patio and other amenities await.