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This Hilarious Map Shows How Oddly Close These Celebrities Live to Their Moms

Image Source: Getty / Jeff Vespa Just because you're a big-time celeb doesn't mean you don't need Mom. And clearly, that applies to the Jenner-Kardashian family, the Hawn and Hudsons, and Leonardo DiCaprio. Trulia mapped out exactly where each mentioned family member and their mother lives and turns out they're all oddly close at drive's distance. Show More Summary

NYC relocation rate abnormally high for low earners

While the top metros across the country may be combatting rising rents with booming job markets, lower-income households are being pushed out, according Trulia research. In New York City, the relocation rate for low-income earners earning less than $60,000 per year was 18 percent as of...

Gwyneth Paltrow's New $4.9 Million 'Fixer-Upper' Cali Home Looks Pretty Perfect to Us

Post by Caroline Olney. Since Gwyneth Paltrow has all but conquered the food and fashion lifestyle domains, it makes sense that she's ready to move on to home renos. According to Trulia, Gwyneth's starting with a $4.9 million four-bedroom in Santa Barbara, California. Show More Summary

Look Around Gwyneth Paltrow's New Spread in Montecito

The actress just dropped $4.9 million on a couple of teardowns built in the late '80s Uh oh, looks like Gwyneth Paltrow's alleged legions of internet trolls have something new to get riled up about. According to Trulia, a mere two years...Show More Summary

Millennials are leaving these 10 big American cities in droves because of high home prices

High home prices are pushing three groups of people out of big, expensive cities: low-income workers, people in rural-based industries, and millennials. Trulia data scientist Mark Uh examined how the affordability crisis is pricing out...Show More Summary

Trulia study finds Americans say they care about the environment but aren't willing to pay for it

The extremely dated "It ain't easy being green" title of this Trulia survey actually misinterprets the data; judging by the questions they asked, it is perfectly easy being green; it just ain't cheap.

Does homeownership pay during tax time?

On Thursday, Trulia released a study that highlights the gap in homeownership rates for women and minorities. According to the study, women and minorities who identify as the head of their household still aren't borrowing to buy homes at the same rate of men and whites, even with the same income...

New Report Says Mortgage Interest Tax Deduction Fueling Inequality For Women, Minorities

White men are disproportionately benefiting from the mortgage interest tax deduction, while women and minorities are getting left out,a new report by Trulia suggests. The popular mortgage interest tax deduction, which allows homeowners to deduct the mortgage interest they pay on primary or second homes on their tax returns,saved taxpayers some [...]

Thor's Chris Hemsworth Buys $3.4M Contemporary in Malibu

The 4,600-square-foot house has a wine cellar and hillside views The Australian actor known for his role as Thor in the movie of the same name and in the Avengers films has locked down a new pad in Malibu, reports Trulia. Though Hemsworth...Show More Summary

Living Near AT&T Park Costs More Than Any Other MLB Stadium

Some ballparks juice the price of the surrounding neighborhood, but not ours Happy opening day to our San Francisco Giants. To celebrate, here’s some ambivalent housing news. According to a study conducted by Trulia, the SoMa blocksShow More Summary

Trulia reports: Is the Houston real estate market overpriced?

America is currently facing a home inventory shortage across all housing types. But starter homes and trade-ups are scarcer than premium homes across the U.S., hitting hardest in the West and South regions, according to Trulia’s Inventory and Price Watch quarterly report...

The biggest hipster hotspots in the US, according to a major real estate company

There are three things you can count on in America: death, taxes, and hipsters in your cities. In honor of April Fools' Day, the real estate service Trulia analyzed the most hipstery spots in major American cities (so, their blog post...Show More Summary

Study: Home values near Wrigley Field rank 9th among U.S. ballparks

Wrigleyville homeowners may gripe about game-day noise and rowdy crowds, but it doesn't seem to be affecting home values, according to a study by real estate website Trulia. Wrigley Field places ninth among U.S. Major League Baseball stadiums ranked by the premium that homes nearby command, Trulia...

America’s White, Wealthy, Middle-Age Urban Revival

Jed Kolko, the former chief economist at Trulia, has been working double time to puncture the idea that the United States is in the midst of a great shift toward urban living. Instead of looking at the movement of Americans to and from...Show More Summary

Is there really a starter home price gap?

One of the big portal's chief economists -- Trulia’s -- released study conclusions this week based on the company's "inventory monitor": the shortage of housing for-sale inventory is due to the price gap between low- and mid-level homes and “premium” ones, and the large number of starter homes either bought by investors or underwater vs. mortgages...

Trulia exec breaks down big data

Deep Varma knows big data. As vice president of data engineering at U.S. real estate portal Trulia, the Silicon Valley veteran computer scientist oversees the management of 1.5 terabytes of data every single day...

Finding a starter home is more challenging in some metros

The housing market continues to be out of reach for first-time homebuyers, and some metros are significantly worse than others. Trulia recently released its Trulia Inventory and Price Watch report that documents the affordability of starter homes, trade-up homes and premium homes....

Oakland Starter Homes a Non-Starter for First-Time Buyers

Study finds that it's harder to enter the market there than anywhere A Trulia study shows a crisis for first-time homebuyers in America, but no one feels the brunt of the issue more than would-be homeowners in Oakland. According to the study, Oakland is the hardest place for first-time homebuyers to enter the market. Show More Summary

Where Starter Homes Have Vanished

Source: Trulia The post Where Starter Homes Have Vanished appeared first on The Big Picture.

Is referral business dead?

Not a day goes by that I don’t read an article about how big data websites are the new wave of real estate business. Sites such as Zillow, Trulia, Redfin and realtor.com provide tons of data, but more importantly, they are a retail outlet for leads. Show More Summary

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