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Trulia president announces departure from company

Trulia President Paul Levine announced his departure from the company through a heartfelt letter published on LinkedIn entitled "Onward, to a new home."...

Report: D.C. Has Largest Increase Of Black Homeowners In The Country

And between 1990 and 2015, D.C. saw a 10 percent increase of Latino homeowners, which ranks it fifth nationally among these households in Trulia's report. [ more › ]

D.C. area tops list in black, Latino homeownership rates, Trulia says

TOWN SQUARE | The rate for blacks rose 9.6 percent between 1990 and 2015, according to a new study.

San Francisco ranks last for teacher housing, says report

Rent burden as high as 69 percent for some San Francisco teachers are getting a hard lesson in the economics of the housing market this month. First, the real estate site Trulia estimated that only 0.4 percent of homes for sale in San...Show More Summary

Teachers, police find few Orange County homes for sale within reach

Orange County teachers can afford only 7.06 percent of homes on the market, making it the third toughest place for them to buy a residence in the U.S., a study by real estate website Trulia shows. San Francisco and San Jose present even more of a challenge, with just 0.4 percent and 2 percent, respectively, […]

Is the House Only Half Of It?

Trulia has released a new ad campaign…The House is Only Half Of It. Ad #1: Ad #2: I’ve long wondered why Zillow Group continues to throw marketing dollars at commercials for Trulia, given Zillow is clearly the stronger consumer brand. Show More Summary

Trulia’s latest ad campaign focuses on neighborhood data

A woman is excited to find an open house in what she thinks is a convenient location -- but the traffic, crime and weather she encounters upon arriving gives her second thoughts. A family walks up to a home they're hoping to buy -- only to be entirely put off by the, um, unusual next-door neighbors...

Affordable housing study finds best and worst cities for teachers, firefighters

Dayton, Ohio has something for everyone If you’re a regular Curbed reader, this won’t be news to you: Housing in the U.S. is increasingly unaffordable. The latest unsettling stat comes from a new Trulia study, which finds that the typical...Show More Summary

Fleetwood Mac guitarist John McVie buys in Brentwood

In tony, guard-gated Brentwood Circle Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist John McVie has purchased a slightly fussy residence in the guard-gated Brentwood Circle neighborhood, reports Trulia. The house draws its inspiration from “the villas...Show More Summary

Trulia’s affordability calculator aims to give homebuyers an “honest” rating tool

“When we calculated affordability for two-income households in the same occupation, we see that the pressure of finding an affordable home on the market is reduced — mostly,” wrote Trulia senior economist Cheryl Young in a blog post...

58 percent of San Francisco doctors can’t afford home in city, says report

Prospects are even worse for first responders and restaurant workers Real estate site Trulia released a study today on the home-buying prospects for different careers in the Bay Area. The outlook across the spectrum isn’t good. And unless...Show More Summary

Even doctors are getting priced out of San Francisco's housing market

Even doctors are getting priced out of San Francisco's frenzied housing market, according to Trulia. Medical practitioners from anesthesiologists to surgeons occupy the top nine spots in the Bureau of Labor Statistics' ranking of the highest paying jobs in America. Show More Summary

Trulia rolls out ‘affordability calculator’ to show buyers what’s in reach

Can a physician easily afford a new home in your town? How about a restaurant worker? Today, real estate portal Trulia released an “affordability calculator,” which the company says will offer homebuyers “an honest look at what they can —...

Trulia's New Property Listings for Pets: The Top 10 Places for Pets in the US

(Image credit: Trulia) Why should humans be the only species with control over a dog's domain? Trulia announced this week that they've developed sales and rental "pawperty" listings that divulge the details that pets really care about when finding a furever home. READ MORE »

Trulia unveils listings for pets — just in time for April Fool’s Day

Is your pet looking a little peaked these days? Fins flopping on your fish or the claws coming out on your cat? If your critter is internet-savvy, then you may come home one of these days to find a printout of "suggested" new pads -- courtesy of Trulia's new pet-friendly listing service...

Zillow Group teases latest venture: RealEstate.com for millennials

When Zillow acquired Trulia two years ago, it also scooped up the domain RealEstate.com as part of the deal. Anyone who types RealEstate.com into a web browser will find themselves redirected to Trulia.com. That's about to change...

U.S. housing inventory reaches historic lows, hurting first-time buyers

After eight straight quarters of decline, inventory continues to dry up The U.S. housing market has again moved toward greater disconnect between supply and demand. According to a new Trulia report, U.S. home inventory has tumbled to...Show More Summary

US home inventory hits record low: Trulia report

Starter homebuyers are feeling it the hardest, says Ralph McLaughlin, Trulia chief economist, talking about the housing shortage in the U.S.

13 Places to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Philly

Let the Guinness flow St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday this year, which means the Jameson-fueled revelries will likely continue well into the night. And with Philly ranking No. 5 on Trulia’s list of the best cities to celebrate the holiday, restaurants pouring discounted drinks and dishing out corned beef and cabbage are not hard to find. Show More Summary

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