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

From a huge unexpected sale to an unfortunate dog-walking startup, 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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In an earnings call Wednesday, SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son cited WeWork’s plummeting public valuation as one reason his company posted a net loss of $6.4 billion. He also cited this dog-walking startup.
In a surprise announcement Thursday morning, Realogy, the nation’s largest real estate holding corporation, revealed it was selling off this company’s relocation services branch.
Agentology, a San Diego-based startup that fields and vets leads, announced Tuesday a rebranding effort that includes servicing businesses outside of the real estate industry and a change in name to this.
On Monday, which embattled real estate executive said this: “Somebody’s trying to push me out, apparently. Nobody’s given me any rationale. This is more like a he-said, she-said thing.”
According to an analysis by Zillow released Tuesday, in a survey of 3,200 homes where sellers received a cash offer from Zillow but ultimately rejected the offer and sold via traditional methods, those homeowners ultimately sold for this much more on the open market than they would have by selling to Zillow.
Clearwater Benefits, a Texas-based insurance startup, partnered this week with this real estate brokerage to offer a healthcare plan to thousands of independent contractors.
In an internal memo, Compass this week announced major changes to its stock option program, shifting from offering equity stock options to this offering.
Opendoor added two new partners this week for a program that allows homeowners selling to Opendoor to more easily buy and move into a newly built home. Name the partners.
According to a study released this week by Digital Third Coast, this city boasts the distinction of having the most Airbnb listings in the nation.
This Goodfella listed his Jersey Shore mansion this week for $6.5 million.
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