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Zillow Group October 2020 IR Roundup

In October, Zillow announced the appointment of Claire Cormer Theilke to Zillow’s Board of Directors and continued to release compelling market data including the launch of a study with Yelp to identify the top affordable U.S. suburbs with a city feel. 

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

In Case You Missed It
Sellers still direct a hot housing market but fall cooling approaches
Zillow and Yelp Name Top Affordable U.S. Suburbs With a City Feel
Women More Likely to Face Housing Insecurity in Pandemic-Led Recession
Prices continue to rise as inventory shortage deepens
Latinx Americans are Driving U.S. Homeownership Gains
Vacation Areas are Trending Amid Pandemic
Zillow Group Appoints Claire Cormier Thielke to Board of Directors
Home Values are Growing at a Pace Not Seen Since the Recovery From the Great Recession
Zillow Simplifies Multifamily Advertising by Consolidating Multiple Marketing Solutions into Four Tiered Rent Connect Packages
Buckle Up, Buyers: Competition is Most Fierce for Entry-Level Homes
Stressed About Buying in a Hot Sellers Market? Here’s How to Score Your Dream Home
Deepening Inventory Shortage Slows Home Sales Even Further
COVID-19 is Driving the Housing Inventory Crisis in Unexpected Ways
Low Mortgage Rates Are Easing Affordability, But Down Payments Are Further From Reach
Housing Market Shows Signs of Seasonal Cooling Even as Historic Demand Continues

Zillow In The News
The Great Reshuffling [RIS Media]
DelPrete: Zillow hiring agents is the megatrend you can’t afford to ignore [Inman]
Behind real estate’s surprise 2020 boom and what comes next [Fortune Magazine]
Tech Firms Leapt Into Remote Work. Now Comes the Hard Part  [The Information]
After diversity pledge, Zillow appoints first Black board member [Inman]
Zillow Group appoints Hines exec Claire Cormier Thielke to board [Puget Sound Business Journal]

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Zillow Group September 2020 IR Roundup