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Trulia teams up with a hip-hop icon to ‘Hammerfy’ the home buying process

Buying a home is stressful. Buying a home from a blinged-out, parachute pants-wearing rapper from your childhood is somehow less stressful. Or, at least that’s what real estate site Trulia is hoping for with its new ‘Hammerfy Your Home’ promotion. Show More Summary

Trulia throws down ad campaign with mad skills — featuring, wait, MC Hammer?

Trulia's new marketing campaign, "Hammerfy Your Home," is a way for buyers, renters and window shoppers to let loose during the homebuying and selling processes -- or partake in some retro hip-hop jamming just for funsies...

Home inventory is shrinking, but where does it really matter?

The stock of available homes throughout the nation has taken a dip over the past four years, but that doesn't mean prices are hiking in all markets, according to Trulia. The website's Inventory and Price Watch report offers insight into...Show More Summary

Chicago: young, wild and cheap

Looking for a locale after college? Head to the Midwest, where Chicago ranks as the eighth best city for recent grads, according to Trulia. Not only is Chicago affordable for fresh diploma-toting millennials, the area also has a large new graduate population and solid entry-level opportunities throughout the metro, according to a recent Trulia study...

Kylie Jenner Flipping her ‘Starter Home’ for $3.9M

Lots of black, including the clawfoot tub In the last year and a half, 18-year-old model and reality TV personality Kylie Jenner has already bought and flipped her first home in Kardashian-favored Calabasas. Trulia reports that the "starter...Show More Summary

Americans’ biggest homebuying fear? Not finding a place they like

A survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Trulia asked respondents: "If you were to buy a home this year, what would you be most worried about? The results revealed that nearly 30 percent Americans are worried they won't find a house they like, compared to 20 percent who say they are worried about rising mortgage rates. Show More Summary

A broker with 357 listings got no leads from Trulia last week

WAV Group provides brokers with consulting on online marketing. One of our services includes benchmarking the effectiveness of listing syndication strategies. We have been tracking the performance of a real estate broker’s listings dating back to 2006, segmented by publishing channel...

Great Escapes: The Most Popular Vacation Homes For Sale On Trulia

Your bags are packed, your tee time is scheduled, and you’ve got mojitos on your mind. The best part? You own your vacation home, so you don’t have to worry about previous renters taking out trash or fellow time-share users leaving everything in the right place. Just thinking of a [...]

Where are foreign buyers searching for homes in America?

If you're searching for foreign buyers interested in purchasing a home in Austin, it might be helpful to know that 9.3 percent of home searches from Zimbabwe were focused in the 512 area code. According to Trulia's International House...Show More Summary

Trulia: Million dollar homes are the majority in the Bay Area

Million dollar homes used to be a dime a dozen, but now some cities are becoming over run with properties worth seven figures. Trulia recently released a report that measured what U.S. cities saw the biggest increases in million dollar homes, and California dominated...

Farmhouse where Springsteen wrote ‘The River’ for sale: $3.3 million

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The Holmdel farmhouse in which Bruce Springsteen lived for five years and wrote and rehearsed much of “Darkness on the Edge of Town” and “The River” has hit the market for $3.299 million. The listing on does not mention Springsteen by name but it is the property...

The Best Metro Areas in the U.S. for Recent College Grads

Where you live can have a big impact on your finances. This is especially true for recent college grads, who are presumably looking for work and paying for new living expenses. Trulia teamed up with LinkedIn to rank the best metro areas in the U.S. for recent college graduates. Read more...

Agent Search & (Lack of?) Consumer Adoption

I touched on agent search last week, but wanted to write a short follow up post digging into the topic further. Zillow has an agent search (Trulia, too), as does Homethinking is still around, as is AgentHarvest. Another is Agent Findr. Show More Summary

There's one US metro where over half of homes cost $1 million — and it won't surprise you

Million-dollar homes are becoming the norm in San Francisco. According to real-estate site Trulia, 57.4% of homes in the notoriously expensive Bay Area metro now have a value of $1 million or more. In its recent report, Trulia looked at the share of million-dollar homes in the 100 largest US metro areas and how it's grown over the past four years. Show More Summary

California’s Housing Crisis Is Drowning Renters. Houston’s Housing Boom Is Flooding Everything.

Million-dollar homes are popping up across coastal cities like a case of golden chicken pox. According to an analysis by Trulia, San Francisco made the most dramatic vault into the seven-figures. One in five SF homes were worth $1 million in 2012; today it’s three in five. Show More Summary

Million-Dollar Listings Are Becoming the New Normal

Image Source: Shutterstock Depressing news for many considering home ownership: million-dollar homes, which used to be a luxury item, are becoming the norm in many cities. A new study by Ralph McLaughlin, Trulia's chief economist, found...Show More Summary

Trulia: L.A. top city for living well

The greater Los Angeles metropolitan area is one of the largest in the country, spanning over 500 square miles with many neighborhoods that have much to offer a home buyer or renter of any age. Trulia’s recent article, America's Best Neighborhoods for Living Well, identified the best neighborhoods in small, medium and large metros for living well...

7 US cities where the number of million-dollar homes has doubled in the past 4 years

In some US cities, million-dollar homes are becoming the norm. Take San Francisco, where 57% of homes have a value of $1 million or more — or San Jose, where 46% are seven-figure homes. That's according to real estate site Trulia, which...Show More Summary

Trulia: Retirees are better off buying than renting in Miami

It’s no secret that Miami's warm weather, cultural cuisines and beautiful beaches make it a great place to hang up the hat for many retirees. If those reasons aren’t attractive enough for retired home buyers, Trulia’s most recent rent vs. buy report makes the decision even easier...

Trulia: Most and least affordable cities for active military members

Living off duty is ideal for a lot of men and women serving as U.S.-stationed active duty members. Whether or not that is a financially sound idea is largely impacted by the individual's location, and rural is considerably better...

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