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Zillow Group March 2021 IR Roundup

In March, Zillow economists dove into trends expected to be top of mind for home shoppers this spring, such as tax credits and online tools. Zillow Group also announced plans to increase its workforce by about 40% this year. This marked a significant milestone for the future of work at Zillow since officially launching the Distributed Workforce Model, which offers current and prospective employees roles in an office, field, remote or hybrid format. 

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

In Case You Missed It
Expanding Access to Credit Could Shrink the Homeownership Race Gap
Nearly 40% of Millennials are Comfortable Buying a Home Online
Zillow Announces Plans to Hire More Than 2,000 Employees Nationwide in 2021
$15,000 Tax Credit Could Cover Entire Down Payment For Homes in 40 of the 50 Largest U.S Metros
The Spring House Hunting Season is Here – Is Your Credit Ready?
Low-Income Renters Left Out of Pandemic Savings
With Eviction Cliff Extended, Here’s How Millions Can Keep Their Homes

Zillow Group in the News
Here Are The Big Issues Both Bosses And Workers Will Confront As Facebook, Microsoft, Uber And Other Companies Plan For People To Return To The Office [Forbes]
Amazon to bring workers back to offices by fall [Associated Press]
As a Disabled Person, I’m Afraid for the World to Go Back to ‘Normal’ [Good Housekeeping]
‘This Is Unprecedented’: Why America’s Housing Market Has Never Been Weirder [The Atlantic]
Zillow Group Stock Is Rallying. The Company Plans to Boost Staff by 40% This Year. [Barron’s]
The Pandemic Ignited a Housing Boom—but It’s Different From the Last One [Wall Street Journal]
‘I don’t have to choose between lifestyle and career.’ How remote work changed these people’s lives [CNN Business]
New Realtors Pile Into Hot Housing Market. Most Find It Tough Going [Wall Street Journal]
5 simple strategies to make sure you get a promotion and a raise while you’re working from home [Insider]
Top 10 cities to live in after the pandemic, according to a top New York realtor [TODAY]
5 people to watch at Zillow as the company moves toward Zillow 2.0 [Inman]
Zillow to hire more than 2,000 remote employees by end of 2021 [Inman]

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Zillow Group February 2021 IR Roundup Zillow President Susan Daimler addresses “The Great Reshuffling” on CNBC