Zillow Group August IR Roundup
One of our core values at Zillow Group is “Move Fast. Think Big.” This usually means we have a lot of exciting things going on at any point in time. Our monthly IR Roundups will cover the highlights of Zillow Group’s recent activities, corporate developments and mentions in the news that we think are of interest to investors.
In Case You Missed It
Dotloop Surpasses $1 Trillion in Transactions
Mortech Announces Real-Time Pricing Integration with Daric Point-of-Sale (POS) and Mortgage Application Automation Software
StreetEasy Enhances 3-D Floor Plans; Virtually Shows Home Shoppers Physical Materials and Lighting in NYC Apartments
The Miami Association of REALTORS Now Makes Its Data Available Through Retsly
RE/MAX of New Jersey Signs New Agreement with Dotloop
Signpost Joins Zillow® Tech Connect to Bring AI to Real Estate
Zillow Group in the News
Zillow Group acquires Bridge Interactive (Inman)
Trulia’s new Facebook Messenger bot helps find you a place to live (TNW)
Keeping Up with @SpencerRascoff
Getting Your Team Passionate for the Mission Is What Makes a Good Leader (Entrepreneur)
Podcast: Office Hours Interview with Scott Svenson, CEO of MOD Pizza
I was blown away by a recent visit with Citigroup CEO Mike Corbat (CNBC)
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