The company is doubling down on owning the marketplace. Or following the Amazon.com strategy to building company value.
Zumper made its apartment rental search and Pro tools more widely available today, to improve the apartment rental process for both tenants and landlords.
Trulia had to focus on getting its mobile experience right for both consumers and real estate agents.
Apartment List released a mobile app for people to easily search for, contact, and take notes on rental apartments.
It’s been a slowish day for funding news, but with big dollar signs on many of the deals that did happen. Here’s a rundown on the days’ deals.
Online real estate marketplace Trulia acquires Market Leader, a company that provides a software-as-a-service solution for real estate professionals, for $355 million.
Placester announced $2.5 million in funding today for its suite of software solutions that help real estate agents, brokers, and home owners effectively run their business online.
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Real estate listings site Trulia announced this morning that it is looking to raise $150 million so it can move quickly on potential acquisitions.
42floors raises new funds to better connect companies without office space and office space without companies.
RoomHunt integrates a rental directory with social networks to simplify the process of finding a place to live and roommates to live with.
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Real estate marketplace Zillow buys up startup HotPads to bolster its rental platform.
Real estate site Trulia‘s stock has popped about 40 percent in early trading on its first day as a public company, with the stock trading about $7 over its $17-per-share IPO price.
Real estate site Trulia publicly filed for a $75 million IPO this morning, setting its sights on its competitor Zillow, which went public last year.
VivaReal, a Latin American real estate portal we wrote about in 2010, announced that it has pulled in its first round of institutional funding for an undisclosed amount.