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Zillow to Host President Obama During Virtual Housing Roundtable Discussion

Aug 05, 2013

President Barack Obama will answer questions from U.S. homeowners, renters and prospective buyers this Wednesday, Aug. 7, at 10:00 a.m. PDT/1 p.m. EDT in a live-streamed event entitled Zillow Presents: A Better Bargain for Responsible Homeowners: President Obama Answers Your Questions. The event will take place the day after President Obama's housing policy speech in Phoenix. Zillow Inc. will host the President during a virtual housing roundtable discussion. Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff will moderate the discussion, in which the President will answer questions submitted by Zillow's users and social media community using the #AskObamaHousing hashtag.   There are three ways to submit a #AskObamaHousing question for President Obama: ►Video: Create a short video submission of your question on YouTube, Instagram or Vine. Share the video on Twitter or Facebook using the #AskObamaHousing hashtag. ►Facebook: Visit Zillow's Facebook page (facebook.com/Zillow) to submit a question. ►Twitter: Tweet a question to @Zillow using the #AskObamaHousing hashtag. "I'm thrilled for Zillow to host this discussion and help connect U.S. homeowners and renters with the President for a better understanding of how housing policy can impact their future," Rascoff said. "Zillow exists to help homeowners, renters and prospective buyers make smarter choices about real estate. As the President tours the country talking about economic policy and discusses housing in particular this week, this is an apt time for consumers to ask the questions that are important to them. We are excited to be able to use social media to open this virtual roundtable to Americans across the country."
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