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Trulia launches ‘Market Crisis’ site

Real estate tech brief
Published on Oct 10, 2008

Real estate search and marketing site Trulia.com has launched a special page that offers information and perspectives about the current housing market crisis. The "Surviving the Housing Market Crisis" microsite includes links to blog posts and questions posted at the site related to the market downturn topics at the site range from coverage of a speech by a former National Association of Realtors economist to a post about abandoned pets in foreclosed homes. Trulia also announced it has created a new business development group to expand its partnerships with multiple listing services and real estate associations. The company already works with about 15 real estate associations and MLSs across the country to market property listings online, including the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors, MLS Property Information Network, the Real Estate Board of New York, SoCalMLS and CLAW MLS. In addition to displaying properties at Trulia.com through syndication agreements, ...

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