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BIZ QUIZ: Test Your Housing Market I.Q.

May 16, 2017

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Real estate is a steady source of material for business reporters. Take out quiz and test your housing market smarts. (("Large Home" by Gregory Butler via Pixabay, CCO Public Domain)
Real estate is a steady source of material for business reporters. Take out quiz and test your housing market smarts. (("Large Home" by Gregory Butler via Pixabay, CCO Public Domain)
Real estate is a steady source of material for business reporters. Take out quiz and test your housing market smarts. (("Large Home" by Gregory Butler via Pixabay, CCO Public Domain)
Real estate is a steady source of material for business reporters.
Take out housing market quiz and test your property smarts. ((“Large Home” by Gregory Butler via Pixabay, CCO Public Domain)

There’s always a business story in the housing market, a topic that readily lends itself to local reporting. Lately, contributors to businessjournalism.com have covered the subject extensively, focusing on angles from real estate websites to affordable housing issues to mortgage updates to the surprising rise of the self-storage business.

Want to test how much you know about the money in today’s housing market? Get an update by reading our latest, then scroll down to take our Housing Market Biz Quiz.

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