Zillow has taken over powering AOL Real Estate's home search from realtor.com operator Move Inc., growing its real estate network to four sites. Move announced Monday that its two-year relationship with AOL Real Estate would end today. This morning, the search bar on AOL Real Estate's home page declared that the site was "Powered by Zillow." Already the leader in Web market share, the addition of AOL Real Estate's Web traffic will further boost Zillow's lead over its competitors Trulia and realtor.com, who maintain their own networks. Zillow's real estate network also includes Zillow.com, the nation's most popular real estate search site; Yahoo Homes; and HGTV's FrontDoor.com. Zillow's relationship with AOL Real Estate is different than the one it established with Yahoo Homes in ...
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