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How Zillow plans to stay on top: Watch the video

In a lively exchange with Inman Publisher Brad Inman, hear what Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff has to say about how Zillow climbed to the top, and how it intends to stay there. Now that Zillow owns Trulia, it will decide...

Trulia launches collaborative search feature

A new collaborative home search feature from Trulia allows homebuyers and renters to create Pinterest-like “boards” of homes they find on the portal that they can keep track of and share with friends, family and their agent. When consumers who are logged into their Trulia...

Bruce Jenner Scores a Sweet Deal on an Isolated Hilltop Home

Trulia takes us inside Bruce Jenner's recently purchased Malibu home. The ex-Olympian and reality star is bouncing back from the tabloid drama with this 11-acre spread. Things are looking up for Bruce Jenner. The Olympic decathlete-turned-Keeping...Show More Summary

Trulia Boards is Pinterest for Real Estate

Looking to buy a home? Now the experience can be a little less stressful and a little more like Pinterest. Incorporated online real estate maven Trulia has added a new feature to their website and apps—Boards, which can help you and your significant other organize your favorite prospective homes to make the search for the right one a little easier. Show More Summary

Machine v. Realtor, making DoJ go away, and staying on the right side of the law

As I purused Trulia's 2014 annual report (just posted on the SEC's website this morning), I was struck by the staggering amount of data the online real estate giant generates and keeps track of. Trulia says it manages "over one terabyte of data on a daily basis." So how does that compare to human data storage capacity, say an everyday Realtor...

Zillow Group’s game of ‘chicken’

For months now, the rumor mill has been flying with talk of Zillow and Trulia (now Zillow Group) ending the featured listings placement for brokers and franchisors by the end of 2015. Large brokers and franchisors who pay $5 to $10 to feature a listing, with all competing agents stripped from the detail pages, are hurting Zillow's revenue opportunity...

Zillow’s drinking the Trulia Kool-Aid, realtor.com gets feisty

Realtor.com operator Move Inc. has been feisty out of the gate with its new rival, Zillow Group Inc. Just a week after Zillow’s acquisition of Trulia closed, the two already have a new court date. On March 12 a judge will decide whether...

Zillow and Trulia say they’re still competitors

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Executives with Zillow and Trulia say they’ll continue to be competitors, even though the top two listing portals are now under the same roof. “Beating each other up, sharpening each other, for us that’s going to be...

Thomas Lennon talks Parenting 101

Actor uses Easy for personalized gifts and dreams of new houses with Trulia        ...

America’s biggest brokerage launches national search portal

A real estate search portal built by the U.S.’s largest brokerage, NRT LLC, to compete with Zillow, Trulia and realtor.com and generate more online leads is now live in 14 of the brokerage’s 40 markets. HomesForSale.com serves up listings sourced from...

Judge keeps listings flowing to Trulia — for now

Trulia Inc., the nation’s second-most popular real estate listing site, has been granted a temporary restraining order to keep receiving listings from rival-owned ListHub. ListHub — which is owned by realtor.com operator Move Inc., a News Corp. subsidiary — announced...

Trulia’s economist latest to leave company

Trulia’s chief economist is the latest to depart the company in the wake of the portal’s acquisition by Zillow, but says his research team will continue to produce housing reports “that will be different from Zillow’s and sometimes will kick...

Analyst: Trulia could lose 40 percent of listings

Trulia, the nation’s second most popular real estate search portal, could lose 40 percent of its listings if Zillow Group is not able to get a court to step in, according to Deutsche Bank analyst Lloyd Walmsley. Zillow announced Friday...

Real estate brand wars and the future of homeownership

No more Z talk Did you ever have a friend warn you, “Tonight, no talk about religion or politics”? I added another topic to the no-talk list: the Zillow acquisition of Trulia. Say the word Zillow and you must put...

ListHub stops syndication to Trulia and Zillow … so what?

ListHub's decision to pull the plug on the data it aggregates from 560 multiple listing services (MLSs) and syndicates to Trulia would seem to be a damaging decision to both agents and consumers — but is it really...

Why the FTC let Zillow buy Trulia

Federal antitrust regulators say they decided to allow the nation’s most popular real estate search portal to acquire its closest rival because real estate agents have “numerous” ways to market their services, and that there was “insufficient evidence” that the...

News Corp. delivers one-two punch to Zillow Group

With Zillow finally swallowing Trulia, the head-to-head portal bout is officially on. News Corp. — owner of realtor.com operator Move Inc. — has thrown the first punches. In a press release on Tuesday emblazoned with an all-caps headline, Move jabbed...

Zillow Group seeks restraining order to keep listings flowing to Trulia

Zillow Group filed for a temporary restraining order today in a bid to keep listings flowing to Trulia from listing syndicator ListHub. ListHub — which is owned by realtor.com operator Move Inc., a News Corp. subsidiary — announced yesterday that...

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