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Zillow Group January 2020 IR Roundup

In January, Zillow started buying and selling homes in Tucson, Arizona. Zillow Offers is now live in 23 markets across the country. 

Other notable updates from January: Rich Barton was named the most powerful and influential person in real estate, according to the seventh annual Swanepoel Power 200.

See below for a roundup of major corporate announcements and media coverage from January. 

In Case You Missed It
Zillow Offers Expands in Arizona, Now Available In Tucson
Zillow Group to Announce Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2019 Results February 19
Zillow Offers Partners with More Homebuilders to Simplify the Process of Buying a New Home

Customer Stories
A Private Investigator Tracks Down an Easier Way to Buy and Sell through Zillow Offers [VIDEO]

Zillow Group in the News
Rich Barton tops Swanepoel Power 200 list (Inman News)
Would You Sell Your Home to an Algorithm? (The New York Times)
Why Zillow Is Now Teaming Up With Homebuilders (The Motley Fool)
Zillow’s network of homebuilder partners continues to grow (Inman News)
Ryan Gorman: For agents, ‘only the strong will survive’ in the future (Inman News)
Here’s how real-estate startups like SoftBank-backed Opendoor find new markets for buying up houses and flipping them at a profit (Business Insider)
Zillow expert: Hacks to sell your home (NBC Raleigh)

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