Inman’s Top 5 Stories of the Week September 9-15, 2022


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Looking for a quick catch-up on the hottest stories of the week? Here are Inman Top 5, the most essential stories of the week, according to Inman readers.

The lawsuit, one of several filed this month against the real estate search portal on similar grounds, argues that Zillow is breaking the law by recording how consumers interact with its websites.

Compass has grown rapidly, but is now tasked with becoming profitable. COO Greg Hart spoke to Inman about this key moment for the company.

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The recent increase in canceled contracts reveals that buyers with warm toes have begun to actively seek valid ways to terminate their purchase, writes mega team leader Carl Medford. Here is his list of the top 15 potential deal-breakers.

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Three states alone accounted for 33 of the 50 most vulnerable markets in the second quarter, while the South and Midwest remained flat, according to new data from Atom.

Last week, “Fortune” and Great Place to Work released a list of the 35 best places to work in real estate in 2022. Zillow, Opendoor and Pacaso all topped the list.

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