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

From a widening Department of Justice probe to a celebrity sale, 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.
In a court filing Monday, the Department of Justice claimed this organization inaccurately portrayed a 2008 consent decree in its defense against class action lawsuits alleging it was complicit in the widespread brokerage practice of sharing commissions between the listing and buyer brokers.
Following nearly a year of deliberation, federal regulators on Friday approved a long-awaited proposal to waive appraisal requirements on certain home sales valued at this price or under.
Not one to miss out on a good thing, this brokerage is the latest real estate company to jump into the iBuyer business, following in the footsteps of NRT, Redfin and Keller Williams.
The National Association of Realtors is exploring a policy that would require agents who are members of a multiple listing service to share their listings with other MLS members, theoretically limiting the use of “exclusive” or so-called “pocket listing” marketing strategies. What’s the name of the policy?
According to Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman, this company’s website is a “pixel for pixel” copy of Redfin’s site.
Two agents from this Fort Myers, Florida, franchise came under fire this week for social media posts that some critics called “transphobic.”
According to a new UBS Global Real Estate Bubble Index study, which of these North American cities is primed for a housing crash?
Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and Craig Knizek of The Agency were the co-listing agents representing the sale of which celebrity’s home, which sold this week for a whopping $21.65 million.
Redfin, Windermere Real Estate and Coldwell Banker Bain all pledged to do this in Washington state following a new rule approved by the Northwest Multiple Listing Service that went into effect Tuesday.
This 3D imaging company, which had positioned itself as the chief rival to market leader Matterport, is splitting up and reducing operations, with most of its staffers forming a Russian office for a spatial computing firm while its service offerings continue to run on autopilot, executives confirmed Wednesday.
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