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Fair housing advocates sued Redfin this week over allegations of racial discrimination. On Friday, agents told Inman the online brokerage should be working harder to fix the problem. "The business model ends where people’s housing rights begin," said one. ..READ MORE +

New rules set to go into effect next week govern the way real estate agents can advertise on company websites and real estate portals. ..READ MORE +

Dallas police received several calls from neighbors complaining that artist Steve Novak's Halloween display was a bit too realistic. ..READ MORE +

We’re excited to announce Inman’s new Referral Rewards program. For the first time ever, Select members can share a 90-day free trial and get up to $200 in credit! ..READ MORE +

During October's Connect Now, we heard some fun ideas for fall pop-bys. So we asked readers on Facebook to share their fall pop-by ideas. Here are some of our favorites. ..READ MORE +

Brad Inman spent a lot of this summer and early fall criss-crossing the country on an epic road trip. He's going to tell us what he learned November 12 at the next Connect Now. Don't miss it. ..READ MORE +

What do top luxury agents know about marketing — both themselves and their properties — that can help you move to the next professional level? Find out here. ..READ MORE +

All three metros have experienced a net inflow increase by over 100 percent in the past year, according to a new report from Redfin released Friday. ..READ MORE +

Travel restrictions, uncertainty and the U.S. handling of the pandemic are taking a toll, but outdoorsy vacation spots are still hot among international buyers. ..READ MORE +

Side, a San-Francisco based real estate brokerage that partners with top-producing agents, teams and brokers to handle back-end operations, has enlisted Elizabeth Tse as its chief operating officer. ..READ MORE +