MIAMI — Two of Inman’s staff writers were recognized at the National Association of Real Estate Editors’ (NAREE) 65th Annual Real Estate Journalism Awards on Friday, June 26.
Andrea V. Brambila won Gold for Best Entry by a Young Journalist and Silver for Best Residential, Mortgage or Financial Real Estate Report or Feature for her story “Lenders said to be bending rules of Zillow’s co-marketing program.”
Judges said that Brambila “took complicated information and presented it in a readable form.”
Teke Wiggin won an Honorable Mention in the Best Series category for his four-part series on how data is influencing neighborhood demographics:
- Neighborhood information like sex offender, school and crime data will fuel residential segregation
- Sex offender data threatening home values, tarnishing neighborhoods and frustrating real estate agents
- Online school data and ratings fueling residential segregation
- Steering 2.0? Data may undermine fair housing laws
Judges said that Wiggin covered “how quality-of-life data can affect home sales.”
“We are honored by NAREE’s recognition of the hard work by our tenacious reporters at Inman,” said Inman Publisher Brad Inman.
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