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Zillow Group December 2020 IR Roundup

In December, Zillow released data highlighting trends that indicate the strong demand in housing will sustain into 2021, setting up for one of the hottest upcoming home-buying seasons in recent history. 

Zillow’s VP of Investor Relations, Brad Berning, joined Yahoo! Finance LIVE to discuss trends in housing and how technology has sped up the transaction process and provided ease and convenience to consumers navigating real estate. 

See below for a roundup of other corporate announcements and media coverage for Zillow Group from the month of December. 

In Case You Missed It
Why Housing Demand Will Likely Stay High for Years to Come
From ‘Zoom Rooms’ to Chef Kitchens: Zillow’s Top 10 Home Trends for 2021
What Moved Us: Stories that Shaped the Year in Real Estate
Home Value Growth Breaks Records as Rents Stabilize
Zillow Predicts Stronger Housing Market Across the Board in 2021

Zillow Group in the News
11 CEOs on 2021: More mergers, more pressure and more growth [Inman]
‘A super hot market’: Economists weigh in on what to expect in 2021 [Inman]
Seven Most Interesting People in Real Estate [Rob Hahn]
The 2021 housing market will be stronger than 2020 [HousingWire]
Scramble is back on to become Amazon of home sales [Minneapolis Star Tribune]
3D tours, self-tours speed up pace of already-hot Triangle home sales [NBC Raleigh]
New technology gives homebuyers easier access to self-guided tours in competitive market [KPTV / FOX 12 Oregon]
New Technology Gives Home Buyers Easier Access to Self-Guided Tours in Competitive Market [FOX Portland]
These Tech Companies Are Paying Workers the Same Rates Across U.S. [Wall Street Journal]
We’ve seen strong housing demand throughout the country: Zillow VP of Investor Relations [Yahoo! Finance LIVE]

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Zillow Group November 2020 IR Roundup