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Busting inventory myths: Why aren’t there many homes on the market?

With eager homebuyers and their agents plagued by low inventory all over the county, Trulia chief economist Ralph McLaughlin decided to take a closer look at the popular explanations for the problem and bust some inventory myths...

Could empty nesters renting out spare rooms help ease housing shortages?

Trulia looked at the hundred largest housing markets in the country and crunched some numbers to figure out approximately how many empty bedrooms were in those markets...

Where can first-time homebuyers catch a break?

Although buyers at all levels are having a difficult time navigating affordability issues, first-time buyers seem to be hit the hardest. According to a recent study by Trulia Chief Economist Ralph McLaughlin, newbie homeowners are spending more than 40 percent of their income on a starter home -- 10 percentage points above the recommended maximum of 30 percent...

Almost half of Americans have buyer's remorse about their house

44 percent of Americans have regrets about their current home or the process they went through when choosing it, a Trulia survey says.

Take a Look Inside Harry Styles’ Lavish $3 Million Beverly Hills Mansion

Harry Styles has sold his Beverly Hills mansion, according to reports from ?real estate website Trulia. The 3,000-square-foot house features five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, plenty of space for the whole 1D crew. It also had a treehouse-like feel; it’s surrounded by greenery and boasts a bridge, wood beam ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Of course, […]

Trulia shares the biggest homeowner (and renter) regrets about choosing a home

According to "Real Estate Regrets: Recovery Edition"  -- new research from real estate portal Trulia comparing a sentiment survey from 2013 with new data collected between June 28 and June 30 this year -- the biggest homeowner regret was not choosing a larger home, while the biggest renter regret was continuing to rent instead of buying...

San Jose, Oakland homes sell faster than in any US city

San Francisco dropped to fourth place, but still hot According to the real estate site Trulia, declining home inventory is generating more demand and faster sales in major US cities compared to five years ago. Naturally, nowhere do homes...Show More Summary

Beyoncé and Jay Z reportedly renting lavish Malibu estate for $400K per month

A totally private hideaway for the famous couple and their family Power couple/new parents Beyoncé and Jay Z and their family have reportedly taken up residence in a decadent Malibu estate known as La Villa Contenta. Trulia and Variety...Show More Summary

First-time buyers hardest hit when it comes to low inventory

We often hear about the burden of low inventory, but who does it actually affect and how exactly does it effect them? Those are the answers Trulia Chief Economist Ralph McLaughlin sought to answer in the latest Trulia Inventory and Price...Show More Summary

Economists draw mixed conclusions over May new home sales report

"Despite May's good news, new home sales still have a long way to go to reach historic norms," Trulia Chief Economist Ralph McLaughlin said. "When taking into account the U.S. population, new home sales are still about 69% of the long-run...Show More Summary

StreetEasy announces top NYC brokerages join Premier Broker program

Premier Broker bundles buyer leads from StreetEasy, Zillow and Trulia with exclusive technology and services designed for brokerages and team leads. Continue reading StreetEasy announces top NYC brokerages join Premier Broker program at Property Portal Watch.

‘The House is Only Half of It’: Trulia’s campaign aims to paint the full picture

Top producing buyer agents know that the secret sauce to a successful home shopping experience does not just include the physical home, but also its location and the lifestyle surrounding it...

Homes in most neighborhoods with a high percentage of gay residents are selling at higher premiums—but not in S.F.

Neighborhoods with a high-percentage of gay residents should be feeling a lot of pride this month—particularly in their housing prices. A survey compiled by Trulia, with help from OKCupid, shows that in most “pride neighborhoods” around the country, people are paying a higher premium to buy real estate than they were five years ago. Interestingly,

Best neighborhoods for starter homes in the U.S.

New Trulia report focuses on home markets with the best value for new buyers For first-time homebuyers in the United States, finding an affordable and available start home has become more and more of a challenge. Just 21 percent of home...Show More Summary

Trulia study: Neighborhoods with high ‘Pride Scores’ show increased demand for housing

In 2012, the premium to live in a neighborhood with a high "Pride Score" -- a ZIP code in which a significant portion of the population comprises same-sex couples and single people searching for same-sex relationships on dating websites -- was $209 per square foot, $47 higher than the respective metropolitan median value. Show More Summary

Trulia redesigns property pages to highlight neighborhood data

Every real estate portal has a slightly different "shtick" -- for a while now, one of Trulia's unique selling points has been the neighborhood data that the portal displays on each listing, giving buyers an idea of what the neighborhood is like...

This Celebrity-Filled NYC Building Just Landed a New Resident: Harry Styles

Harry Styles really is doing it all this year. He launched his solo music career, he has a movie coming out this Summer, and now he's reportedly going to add a New York City apartment to his list of homes. According to Trulia, Harry recently dropped $8.7 million on a Tribeca apartment in a building that also will be the home of many other A-listers. Show More Summary

Zillow Group posts net $4.6M loss in Q1, ups 2017 revenue forecast

In an earnings report today, Zillow Group, the operator of listing portals Zillow, Trulia and, posted a net loss of $4.6 million in the first three months of 2017, down sharply from a $47.6 million loss in the first quarter of 2016 and a $23.5 million loss in the fourth quarter...

Home value recovery uneven throughout the US

Diana Olick discusses the latest report from Trulia on how 34% of homes have recovered to their pre-recession price levels.

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