Top 9 posts from last week

Here were the most popular stories on Inman this past week:

 

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9. A California brokerage’s offer to pay $500 to anyone referring a client who bought a home has been taken offline. We took a look at the tricky world of referrals.

 

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PHOTOSVIT / Shutterstock.com

8. Two Realtor associations in Florida have decided to merge. And a third association wasn’t pleased with the decision — at all.

 

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7. These real estate tech terms have reached their expiration date.

 

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LDprod / Shutterstock.com

6. Teresa Boardman shared a story about a reluctant lead.

 

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5. In a world where sex sells, how should real estate agents dress for success?

 

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4. Plenty in the industry say they don’t trust Zillow. But the company’s Greg Schwartz is still considered a trustworthy guy.

 

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3. Zillow Group is merging Zillow and Trulia profiles — and some Trulia reviews have been deleted.

 

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2. There’s a lot of speculation about why millennials aren’t buying homes. Here’s the real reason why.

 

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1. Everyone was talking about the stock market slump on Monday. What does it mean for real estate?