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

From a shake up at Realogy to a big acquisition, 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.
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A representative for what company said this on Tuesday: "As much as I would like to bring this to the engineers, the majority of our resources are focused on building the Compass CRM.”
Redfin on Thursday expanded RedfinNow to San Antonio, marking its second new iBuyer program in Texas this month. In which city does RedfinNow not currently operate.
Zillow is seeking to raise $1.1 billion in capital through this type of note.
In a report released last week, the National Association of Homebuilders concluded that this is among the biggest barriers to homeownership.
Realogy on Thursday announced it was consolidating this brokerage brand under a single umbrella while shifting leadership responsibilities to NRT CEO Ryan Gorman.
Nick Bailey, the former CEO of Century 21 Real Estate, is set to take on a new role at RE/MAX in his home state of Colorado. What’s his new title?
Gerald Wolkoff, a New York City real estate developer who was ordered in 2017 to pay damages of $6.75 million to graffiti artists whose work was lost when he demolished a building in Queens, appealed the judgement last week, taking aim at this legal protection.
A Washington, D.C., agent who was accused in a lawsuit earlier this year of mutinying and trying to steal her former team leader's business has hit back, denying any wrongdoing and filing a countersuit for millions of dollars. What was her name and where did she work?
OS National, a larger title and lending company, was acquired by this company earlier this week.
Weight loss queen Jenny Craig sold her oceanfront mansion for $22 million after slashing the price by nearly half. But what number am I, the author of this quiz, thinking of right now?
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