Move lawsuit against Zillow clears contempt hurdle with settlement

Move lawsuit against Zillow clears contempt hurdle with settlement

Move declares "full steam ahead" in prosecution

Twitter roundup of this week's top housing articles

CFPB heads up the list

Shaky housing market about to get even shakier

When will we all stop kidding ourselves?
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Here are the top 20 for-sale-by-owner markets

Realtors? They don’t need ‘em
Ben Lane
Some of the nation’s most expensive markets are also the ones where homeowners are choosing to eschew the traditional methods of real estate and sell their homes without the help of a Realtor, real estate agent or broker.
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Trulia’s Market Leader now available on Zillow

Zillow Group integration moves forward
Ben Lane
The fusion of Zillow and Trulia is taking another step forward, as Trulia’s Market Leader will now be available through Zillow’s Tech Connect Program.
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3D printing: A game changer for affordable housing

Who will build the world’s first 3D printed house?
Brena Swanson
Across the world architects are racing to build the world's first 3D printed houses. While the cost for these houses is a lot cheaper, they give up a lot of amenities. Could this be the answer to the nation's lack of affordable housing?
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4 technology drivers for game-changing customer service in mortgage lending

Ending the "cumbersome" mortgage
Thomas Knapp
Let’s admit it, the mortgage lending process can be cumbersome. As a technology executive at a major mortgage lender, I know this. But I believed the process was only flawed at other lenders, that is until this happened.
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Want to live in the clouds? Try Chicago

Windy City home to highest-rises
New York City is surprisingly not the winner of this list. In fact, Chicago is home to majority of the tallest residential buildings in the United States, hosting seven of the top 12.
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Here’s how to afford homeownership in California

Conquering one of the most expensive states
Brena Swanson
California is notorious for its unaffordable housing market, and yet it is home to some of the top metros, leaving millions of people left wondering: How can anyone live there?
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Is leasing the strategy that could help boost Lennar?

Growth may shift from new home sales
Brena Swanson
Due to more first-time homebuyers struggling to secure home financing, this new strategy from Lennar might be the key to boosting its upcoming earnings. Sterne Agee analyst Jay McCanless gave his forecast for what the market could expect to see from the homebuilder.
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This open house was so popular it’s criminal

Popularity of open house in Boston draws police presence
Ben Lane
Don’t let anyone tell you that there isn’t demand for housing out there, especially in Boston. According to a report from CNBC, a recent open house in Boston was so popular that neighbors called the police because more than 100 potential homebuyers showed up at once and blocked off the street.
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Chicago Association of Realtors drops defamation lawsuit against member

Lawsuit stemmed from Facebook post
Ben Lane
A defamation lawsuit brought by the Chicago Association of Realtors against one of its own members is now over, after the parties agreed to drop the suit. It all started with a Facebook post.
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The house that Twitter sold

Agent gives house personality in more ways than one
Brena Swanson
There are countless ways to sell a home, but this new tactic by one agent might just be the perfect way to transform a house into a personalized home 140 characters at a time.
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