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The Trillion Dollar Question: What Happens When Quantitative Easing Ends?

One of the great questions being debated right now is how will the market react once QE3 ends this October. Those who believe asset prices (namely stocks, bonds, and real estate) are being supported by the Fed, and not by underlying economic growth, expect a correction or worse once the Fed withdraws its support.

Forget drones — Coldwell Banker broker is flying Blackhawk helicopters

After the bottom fell out of the real estate market six years ago, newlywed real estate broker Matthew Hanks joined the Army National Guard to help bring in some extra income. “I was just searching for any way I could...

On the Market: Eastport Home That Should 'Probably be $80M' Asks $12M

According to actor and real estate agent Joey Mintz, if the 22-acre estate known as Seatuck Cove Farms existed on the East End of Long Island, instead of in Eastport, N.Y., "the asking price would probably be $80 million,...

Zillow Housing Data Portends A Housing Downturn

By Anthony Fernandez: Zillow released their June 2014 National Real Estate Market Overview. In it is data that paints a very sobering picture for real estate, though their summary expects that prices will continue to rise. My analysis...Show More Summary

Toledo lost almost half its Realtors in the downturn. Are they ever coming back?

The Toledo Board of Realtors had more than 2,000 members before the bottom fell out of the housing market. Today membership is slowly climbing back from a post-recession trough of around 1,100, as interest in a career in real estate...

Estate once home to Leona Helmsley hits market

An enormous Connecticut estate once owned by "Queen of Mean" Leona Helmsley, a real estate empress best known for leaving her fortune to her dog, has hit the market for $65 million.

Is Renting or Buying a Home the Better Way to Wealth?

Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock In 2007 and 2008, property values nationwide dropped dramatically in sympathy with the banking crisis, mortgage crisis and the stock market crash. Never before had values of residential real estate fallen so far, so fast and in so many places. Show More Summary

Zillow Acquires Trulia, Creating A +$10 Billion Online Real Estate Player

By The Value Investor: Merger Monday kicks off with a big deal which is the acquisition of Trulia (NYSE:TRLA) by Zillow (NASDAQ:Z) in a big $3.5 billion all-stock transaction. The deal creates a market leader in online real-estate offerings. Show More Summary

Zillow + Trulia, And The Big Cover-Up

Editors' note: This article first appeared on Citron Research's own website . The stock market and the real estate industry are all abuzz about the possible merger of Zillow (NASDAQ:Z) and Trulia (NYSE:TRLA). The media is now filledShow More Summary

5 More Companies That Could Be Bought Out Soon

AOL It may be the market's historical summertime lull, but mergers and acquisitions are on the rise. A pair of mergers kicked off this week with real estate portal Trulia (TRLA) and deep discounter Family Dollar (FDO) getting bought out at reasonable premiums. Show More Summary

Mariah Carey -- Buyer Backs Out -- Anybody Want A $13M Mansion?

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon aren't packing up their toothbrushes just yet... their Bel Air mansion -- which they thought was sold -- is BACK on the market, TMZ has learned.Real estate sources tell us an out-of-state-buyer had negotiated a deal to…

Sold! Zillow to Buy Trulia For $3.5 Billion

Attention, all real estate junkies: something big just hit the market, and it's not your dream house. Today, Zillow announced that it will acquire its competitor Trulia in a $3.5 billion (yes, billion) stock deal. Expected to close this...Show More Summary

Zillow Inc (Z) Buys Out Trulia Inc (TRLA) In $3.5B All Stock Deal

As part of the breaking news about the $3.5 billion worth real estate deal, in which $5.79 billion market capped Zillow Inc (NASDAQ:Z) bought out $2.26 billion market cap Trulia Inc (NYSE:TRLA) CNBC today asked CRT Capital Group’s Neil Doshi on his opinion on the dynamics of the transaction. Mr. Doshi commented, “We are positive on this […]

Zillow Buying Trulia to Make Real Estate Titan

The merger will make Zillow the biggest player in the online real estate market.

Wall Street lower following housing report

Fewer Americans signed contracts to buy homes in June, as the real estate market appears to have cooled off this summer

Zillow buys Trulia for $3.5B to create an online real estate giant

NOTE: GrowthBeat is less than 2 weeks out! VentureBeat is gathering the best and brightest in modern digital marketing to help declutter the landscape, simplify the functions, clarify the goals, and point the way to success. Get the full scoop here, and buy your tickets while they last. Two of the biggest online real estate […]

Zillow Buying Trulia For $3.5 Billion

The online real estate market moved towards consolidation a bit Monday morning as Zillow announced it was buying Trulia for $3.5 billion. In a statement announcing the all-stock transaction, Zillow said Trulia will maintain its distinct identity. Show More Summary

Zillow To Acquire Trulia In $3.5B Stock-For-Stock Deal

Zillow is going to acquire Trulia in a deal worth $3.5 billion in stock, according to the company. The combination of these two real estate tech companies should secure Zillow’s position as a market leader in the U.S., with Trulia CEO Pete Flint staying on in his role but reporting to Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff. Show More Summary

Seattle Real Estate Chat [Video] on Preapproval and Commitment Letters

In this episode, Jim Reppond and I discuss Commitment Letters.  A commitment letter is kind of like a preapproval letter on steroids. And in this hot sellers market that the greater Seattle area is currently experiencing – many buyers can use a little extra help to stand out from a similar competing offer.  A Loan […]

Househappy raises $2M, parts ways with marketing maven Ekaterina Walter

After raising $1.5 million in November, Househappy, the photo-driven real estate portal that launched in March 2013, has raised more cash. The Portland, Oregon-based firm has raised $2 million of a $2.75 million funding round, a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission...

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