Weekly Real Estate News Quiz: Think You're Up On The Biggest Headlines?

From KW's partnership with Offerpad to a nod to "Old Town Road," the real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman's real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week.
This term, which Realtor Christy Murdock Edgar explored in detail this week, is rooted in the idea that more effort, hours and dedication are all that is required for success. It posits that everything else — family, friends, health and happiness — should be secondary to hard work.
This Puerto Rico-based tech vendor is accusing Keller Williams of hiring them in 2015 to build a consumer-facing app, but refused to pay up, then copied the company's prototype for its own proprietary app development.
A new platform unveiled this week promises to provide mortgage, title, escrow, warranty and moving services to agents and clients inside this company’s self-contained virtual world.
This company is becoming “irrelevant,” argues Mike DelPrete, a strategic adviser and global expert in real estate tech.
Operating partners with this company will no longer be required to own a 20 percent stake in company market centers, according to a policy change that went into effect this week.
Keller Williams and Offerpad entered into a partnership this week that will place the Arizona-based iBuyer at the center of the Texas-based brokerage's rapidly growing iBuyer platform. Who is the CEO of Offerpad?
Compass has long been known for its aggressive recruiting practices, but this week the brokerage appeared to focus on agents from one competitor in particular. Which one?
Kelly Bensimon, once on the cast of “The Real Housewives of New York,” joined Douglas Elliman’s Holly Parker Team, it was revealed this week. But Bensimon isn’t new to real estate. Name one of the two firms she previously worked at before joining Douglas Elliman.
According to a CoreLogic analysis this week, 3.6 percent of homeowners fell into some sort of delinquency on their mortgages in May, identical to delinquency rates in April. But what about March? Were there more or less instance of mortgage delinquency during the month of March?
It’s a home leaseback startup that announced a funding round of $100 million, but it’s the company’s ambitious goal to reach a valuation of $1 billion that has tongues wagging.
In a blistering economic report released this week, this institution described in no uncertain terms the state of the U.S. housing market, deriding it as “anemic” and “lackluster.”
This company, which announced its plans to go public this week, lost $1.9 billion last year.
Stop whining about “clickbait,” said this former brokerage owner and one-time Zillow executive.
Two houseplants are currently dueling for the role of trendiest plant. Name one of them?
RE/MAX has a big fan from the world of hip hop. Who?
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