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

From a baby boomer dilemma to Thanksgiving dinner, 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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On Sunday, Zillow released a study declaring that over the next two decades the United States will endure a so-called “silver tsunami.” What is a silver tsunami?
On Monday, this real estate technology company, which caters to investors, announced a $7.5 million funding round, which will position it to expand into new markets, draw larger investors and grow its tech team and platform. What’s the company?
What show was Atlanta-based reality show guest Lindsey Haas speaking of when she said: “I got a couple of deals from it. People who referred me and called me after they saw the show.”
In a report by Christy Murdock Edgar, our contributor offered three tips to make tax season a breeze. Which of these tips did she mention?
At Thanksgiving dinner, what shouldn’t you talk about, according to a story this week by Inman’s Marian McPherson?
When winterizing a home before it hits the market, keep in mind that this is a notorious energy sucker, according to Inman contributor Tina Casey.
On Tuesday, Inman Contributor Cara Ameer wrote about the seven things buyers just can’t resist pointing out in the final walk-through. Which of these wasn’t one of those things?
Although fines for agents who violated Bright MLS new pocket listing ban were expected to kick in next week, the multiple listing service on Monday delayed those $5,000 penalties until when?
The owner of this professional basketball team broke records this week when he sold his Paradise Valley mansion outside of Phoenix for a whopping $19.25 million
According to the latest S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index released on Tuesday, home prices did what?
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