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


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10. LinkedIn is considering launching a service that will match agents with consumers.


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Simon Greig / Shutterstock.com

9. The MRIS-TREND merger that pledges to create a new era of MLS has another partner interested in joining up.


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8. Brokers who manage expectations are a blessing when on the home inspection merry-go-round.


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Starover Sibiriak / Shutterstock.com

7. Why aren’t you converting online traffic into leads? Here’s why.


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Bankoo / Shutterstock.com

6. If you’re nervous about catering to luxury clients, it could cost you in the long run.


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5. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) revoked charters for 16 Realtor associations.


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4. Tech that helps agents manage everything from lead generation to referrals at open houses is turning this marketing technique into a revenue-generator for some agents.


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Pavel L Photo and Video / Shutterstock.com

3. The real estate industry is more stressful than ever, and professionals in it face risks. Here’s what to say if you’re worried about a colleague.


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2. Surefield’s new “Pricepoint” tool is ambitiously touted as a “Zestimate killer” and is said to arm consumers with agent-grade valuation.


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1. A look at NAR’s $12-million-per-year zipLogix deal.