Infographics and stats to start off your week — the stickiest and least sticky markets in America, millennials and smart-home technology, Realtor optimism and more.

A dose of data, facts, figures and findings to help start your week.

The least sticky markets in America

(Source: SmartZip)

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How much income it takes to buy a median-priced home based on down payment/debt amounts

(Source: RealtyTrac)

Amount (in millions of U.S. dollars) of 2013-2014 stock sales by three online real estate CEOs

(Source: insider-monitor.com)

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Inman reader poll: Was NAR wise to allow News Corp. to acquire Move?

(Source: Inman reader poll)

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How important is smart-home technology to different generations?

(Source: ERA Real Estate and HGTV poll)

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How optimistic are Realtors about local markets?

(Source: WAV Group/RPR® Realtor Productivity Study)

How do realtors feel about local markets

Inman reader poll: Do you think brokerages should pull their listings from the large third-party portals?

(Source: Inman reader poll)

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Seven cities where a premium bottle of champagne in a five-star hotel costs more than $200 USD:

(Source: The Knight Frank Global Network; exchange rate is from April 2013)

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(Sydney: $204.57; London, $211.09; Rio de Janeiro, $311.42; Dubai, $322.oo; Madrid, $325.00; Ottawa, $357.02; Copenhagen, $650.20)

The stickiest markets in America

(Source: SmartZip)

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