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Zillow Group November 2020 IR Roundup

In November, Zillow Group announced third quarter 2020 financial results. The company was also the subject of a trending story in New York Times which highlighted the surge of Zillow Surfing amid the pandemic. 

Zillow’s research team released housing and economic data reports that shed light on how the housing market is faring as we near the end of 2020. 

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

In Case You Missed It
Zillow Group Reports Third Quarter 2020 Financial Results
Intense Buyer Demand Continues to Drive Hot Housing Market
Zillow Group to Present at Upcoming Financial Conferences
Strong Buyer Competition is Pushing Homes to Sell Above List Price
Gen Z Renters Moving Out and Moving Up
Home values rising faster than at any time since 2005
Zillow Group to Present at December Financial Conferences
Remote Work Could Most Help Black Renters Trying to Buy Homes

Zillow Group in the News
Riding hot market, Zillow posts first profitable quarter in 3 years [Inman]
Zillow does refis? Third-quarter earnings show how the company is cashing in on low rates [HousingWire]
Zillow: 3Q Earnings Snapshot [Associated Press]
Zillow Rallying Like It’s Zoom During Pandemic Housing Boom [Bloomberg]
Zillow profits soar to $40M during third quarter [Real Deal]
Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Uber, Square, Roku, Peloton & more [CNBC]
Zillow posts biggest earnings on record as online real estate booms during pandemic [MarketWatch]
Zillow Group crushes Q3 estimates with $657M in revenue and record traffic amid housing boom [GeekWire]
Zillow Rides Real Estate’s ‘Great Reshuffling’ to a Strong Quarter [Barron’s]
Investors in Online Real Estate Could Get Iced This Winter [Wall Street Journal]
In chaotic times, Zillow becomes the solution to doomscrolling [Inman]
Zillow Surfing Is the Escape We All Need Right Now [New York Times]
Zillow CEO predicts how tech trends will impact agents [Inman]
Zillow revamps its multi-family rental advertising platform [Inman]
Zillow’s Matthew Speakman on what’s driving homebuyer demand [HousingWire]
Notarize announces partnership with dotloop [Inman]
20 big Seattle-area employers propose recovery plan to state leaders [Puget Sound Business Journal]
How We Sold Our House to Zillow [New York Pilot]
Zillow CEO on how COVID-19 vaccine may impact real estate tech [Inman]
Real Estate Transactions Go Virtual [New York Times]
Working Remotely Expected To Continue After Coronavirus Pandemic Is Over [CBS Miami]

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