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  • Real estate tech company Compass raises $100 million, plans massive expansion

    Capital raise values company at $1.8 billion
    Last year, Compass raised $75 million in a round of funding that turned the company into real estate’s newest billion-dollar startup company. Now, one year later, the company’s valuation is nearly double that, thanks to another significant capital raise. And the company plans use this new funding to launch a massive expansion.
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  • OfferPad signs on for Zillow's "Instant Offers" home-buying program

    Begins making offers to home sellers in pilot program
    It’s now been a few days since Zillow sent the housing business into a bit of a fervor when it announced that it was getting into the home-selling business with its “Instant Offers” program, and more details about how the program will work are beginning to emerge. Now, another of the participating investors has revealed itself.
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  • Ten-X promotes Rick Sharga to chief marketing officer

    Respected industry veteran to lead marketing efforts for rebranded Auction.com
    Ten-X, the company formerly known as Auction.com, announced Thursday that it is promoting Rick Sharga from executive vice president to chief marketing officer. In this role, Sharga will utilize his “unique blend” of real estate, technology and consumer marketing experience to lead corporate marketing, branding and corporate communications for Ten-X, the company said.
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  • Auction.com rebrands as Ten-X, the 'future of real estate'

    Company expanding beyond distressed property auctions
    Auction.com announced Monday that it is moving beyond auctions and rebranding as Ten-X, which the company says represents its transition into an “online marketplace where buyers, sellers, and the agents and brokers who represent them can easily and efficiently buy and sell high quality residential and commercial real estate.”
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  • [Study] Zillow rules real estate web traffic but lists far fewer properties

    Quality, depth of Zillow's non-MLS data in key markets questioned
    Zillow Group’s two portals — Zillow.com and Trulia.com — get more traffic at their web sites than Realtor.com, but Zillow Group sites have fewer listings in most markets, and the two are losing ground on traffic. Worse, there are questions about the quality of listings in key markets.
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