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

From a new partnership with ERA to allegations against Realogy, 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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After six months of beta testing, this brokerage on Thursday debuted the finalized versions of its new logo, which will replace the well-known branding the company has used for decades.
After the Federal Trade Commission said it would oppose the deal, this title insurance behemoth walked back a massive $1.2. billion proposal to acquire Stewart Information Services Corporation.
According to a recent Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies report, this was the most popular home improvement project in 2017.
Agents affiliated with ERA Real Estate can now serve up discounts and concierge services to help clients save time and money during the moving process, thanks to a new partnership with this company.
On Tuesday, the California State Senate voted in favor of Assembly Bill 1482. What is it?
While home foreclosure rates are still at a 20-year low, eight states experienced an uptick in June of home delinquency rates. Name one that didn't.
According to a survey of more than 100 economists, investment strategists and real estate experts, this is the earliest in which housing starts will return to an historical average of 1 million new units per month.
Earlier this week, realtor.com revealed that in August this housing market indicator decreased for the first time in a year.
Libby Cooper was named to this position earlier this week.
Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider called these allegations “sensational” and “untrue” in an internal email to company employees Saturday.
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