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Zillow Group April 2021 IR Roundup

In April, Zillow economists dug deeper into the hot housing market and a trend we call “the Great Reshuffling”: As people rethink where they live and work, they’re showing more interest in moving, and a rapidly evolving real estate industry is helping overcome emotional and logistical obstacles that can get in the way. Zillow President Susan Daimler discussed the Great Reshuffling on CNBC. Our new ad campaign highlighted the emotional journey of moving, striking a chord with customers as so many look toward their next chapter. Also in April, Zillow was proud to be named among Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” and TIME’s “100 Most Influential Companies.”

See below for a roundup of data, other corporate announcements, and media coverage for Zillow Group from April. 

In Case You Missed It
Zillow’s 2021 Mover Report: The Opportunity, Emotion and Trends Behind the Great Reshuffling
Zillow on Great Place to Work® and Fortune 2021 List of 100 Best Companies to Work For®
What to Expect in the Housing Market After the Pandemic
Zillow Group to Announce First Quarter 2021 Results May 4  
Surge in New Listings Signals Potential Relief for Frustrated Shoppers
Housing Gains Could Grow Black Wealth More Than $500 Billion in a Decade
Zillow and Yelp Rank the Top U.S. Metros for Digital Nomads

Zillow Group in the News
Zillow president says there’s a great reshuffling happening right now [CNBC]
The Housing Market Is Crazier Than It’s Been Since 2006 [Wall Street Journal]
100 Best Companies to Work For 2021 [Fortune]
3 ways the Best Companies to Work For helped employees endure an unprecedented year [Fortune]
Selling your home? Here’s how accurate online estimates are [CNN Business]
Zillow Is One of the 2021 TIME100 Most Influential Companies [TIME]
11% of Americans moved during the pandemic: Zillow survey [Inman]
Zillow’s new ad campaign highlights two sides of the moving journey [Inman]

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Zillow President Susan Daimler addresses “The Great Reshuffling” on CNBC  Zillow and “The Great Reshuffling” featured on CBS Sunday Morning