Our Services

Orchard offers a seamless way to buy and sell your next home.

Why use Move First?

Win the home you love

Make a competitive offer on your next home, even before listing your current one.

Skip the showings

Move into your new home when you’re ready. While you settle in, Orchard will list and manage your current home until it sells.

Sell for top dollar

Work with Orchard to set a list price that maximizes buyer interest. We can even make value-boosting repairs at no upfront cost.

Start with a free valuation

How Move First works


Unlock your equity

Orchard Mortgage approves you for an interest-free loan you can use to make a down payment on your new home without having to sell first. We call this your equity advance.


Make a non-contingent offer

Orchard guarantees your home sale, turning you into a non-contingent buyer. Once you find the right home, submit a stronger, more competitive offer that sellers prefer.


Move once

While you settle into your new home, Orchard will professionally photograph and prep your home to list. We can also complete repairs with our Concierge service at no upfront cost.


Skip the showings and the stress

Orchard markets your home at a list price you set and manages all your home’s showings. Once your home sells, receive your proceeds and pay Orchard back the equity advance at closing.

Move First fee:

Typically 6% of your home sale

With Move First, you get so much more than a traditional agent, all at a similar brokerage fee.

Our track record


The majority of our listings sell in less than 30 days.

We’ve helped 5,000+ buyers and sellers with their real estate journey


Feel confident knowing we’ve sold over two billion dollars worth of homes across the nation

Sound too good to be true?

Hear from homeowners who’ve used Orchard’s Move First service.

Frequently asked questions

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What is Orchard's equity advance?
Can I work with Orchard if I want to build a new home?
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What's the catch?