Trulia (NYSE: TRLA)
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Trulia (NYSE: TRLA) Company Overview
Trulia (NYSE: TRLA) is an online residential real estate site for home buyers, sellers, renters and real estate professionals in the United States. It lists properties for sale and rent as well as tools and information needed to be successful in the home search process. The company is headquartered in downtown San Francisco and has offices in New York City and Denver, Colorado.
On July 28, 2014, Zillow announced a deal to buy Trulia for $3.5 billion. 1
The company provides Trulia Local Ads that enables real estate professionals to enhance their presence in their chosen market; Trulia Mobile Ads, which enables real estate professionals to feature their profile and contact information on search results and listings; and Trulia Seller Ads that enables real estate professionals to market directly to sellers through a free home value report. It also offers Trulia Pro for real estate agents; software-as-a-service to manage and cultivate clients and potential clients by automating daily tasks and efficiently marketing their services; property listings to acquire leads by listing properties in marketplace for free; mobile application for the iPhone and Android Phone to manage businesses anytime and anywhere; agent profile for agents to create their own profile; communities; recommendations; check-ins; agent training and advice blogs to provide tips, advice, and education for buyers, sellers, and renters; and tools and widgets to display local real estate information.
In addition, Trulia, Inc. sells display media advertising; and offers local information on schools, crime, commute time, neighborhood amenities, rental prices, historical earthquake, flood, and other natural disaster. The company was formerly known Realwide, Inc. and changed its name to Trulia, Inc. in September 2005. Trulia, Inc. was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. As of February 17, 2015, Trulia, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Zillow Group, Inc. 2
Trulia (NYSE: TRLA) News & Press Releases
- Trulia: Falling Inventory Has Led To Hurried HomebuyingFalling Inventory is Pushing Homes off the Market at Record Pace [read more]
- Trulia’s New National TV Campaign, “The House is Only Half of It,” Showcases Deep Neighborhood Insights to Help House Hunters Find Their Next HomeNew survey also reveals the importance of the neighborhood and what Americans are willing to sacrifice [read more]
- Trulia: U.S. Home Inventory Hits Record Low Since Housing Market Began Turnaround In 2012Housing Markets Where Home Values Recovered Most Have Experienced Largest Drops in Inventory [read more]
- First-Time Homebuyers Face Worsening Starter-Home Shortage Heading Into 2017 Reports TruliaHouse Hunters in Portland, Miami, San Francisco, Sacramento, Los Angeles and Denver Among the Hardest Hit as Tight Starter Home Inventory Becomes More Unaffordable [read more]
- Trulia’s American Dream Survey Reveals Renewed Republican Housing Optimism In 2017Fewer Millennials Say Homeownership is Part of their American Dream. Among 18-34 Year Olds Who Plan to Buy a Home, 72% Will Hold Off Until At Least End of 2018 [read more]