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Zillow Group September 2020 IR Roundup

In September, Zillow Offers officially launched in Jacksonville, Florida, the 25th U.S. market overall where Zillow Offers is available. With election season well underway, Zillow also launched a new product that automatically provides customers with voter registration information when they sign a new lease with Zillow, as part of Zillow’s commitment to encouraging voter participation. 

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

In Case You Missed It
Rental Concessions on the Rise as Rental Market Softens
California Association of Realtors® (C.A.R.) Standard Forms Now Available Directly Within Dotloop – No Uploading Required
Rising Prices, Low Supply Show Sellers in Control of Housing Market
Remote Work Could Open Homeownership to Nearly Two Million Renter Households
Zillow Starts Buying and Selling Homes in Jacksonville
New home sellers join the market as high demand persists
Poised for Growth, These Are The Dozen Mid-Sized Metros to Watch
College-Area Rents Are Falling Behind as Schools Move Online
Home Values Soar Even Higher In August As Inventory Tightens
Zillow Launches Nationwide Voter Registration Resource for Renters
Zillow Now Buying and Selling Homes in Austin
Zillow Offers Will Expand Services in 2021 to Simplify Customer Transactions
Strong Home Prices Expected to Continue Through at Least 2021, But Economic Uncertainty is Clouding Long-Term Outlook
New Forecast Sees Sales Peak This Fall, Stay Above Pre-Pandemic Levels Through the Coming Year
Homeowners Could Save Thousands by Refinancing their Mortgages

Zillow Group In The News
Zillow launches voter registration site Zillow Votes ahead of elections [Inman]
Zillow to hire agents as employees for iBuyer transactions [Inman]
What does Zillow’s switch to IDX mean for Premier Agents? [Inman]
Zillow iBuying program brings real estate transactions in-house by licensing Zillow Homes employees [HousingWire]
Zillow Offers launches in Jacksonville, its first new city since pandemic struck [Biz Journal]
Zillow Offers opens in first new market since COVID pause [Inman]
THE BUILD-OUT Finding better balance at home [The Florida Times-Union]
Fleeing the city for the suburbs? New data looks at pandemics impact [NBC Nightly News]
Families adjust as majority of young adults now live at home [TODAY Show]
Wall Street and Silicon Valley have different opinions about returning to offices [NBCNews.com]
Zillow launches home buying program in Austin [KXAN.com]

Zillow Group’s monthly IR Roundups are not intended to be a comprehensive report of all of the company’s mentions by the media online, in print and on television. Zillow Group intends to use its @ZillowGroup Twitter account and Zillow Group IR Blog, in addition to its investor relations website, press releases, SEC filings and public conference calls and webcasts, as means of disclosing information about the company, its services and other matters and for complying with its disclosure obligations under Regulation FD. Zillow Group does not endorse or adopt the views expressed in third-party materials linked above.

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