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Real estate search engine co-founder has roots in online travel

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Pete Flint co-founded with Sami Inkinen in 2004 while they were studying for their MBAs at Stanford University. Trulia is a real estate search engine that aims to help consumers find real estate information across the Web and allow them to connect directly with sales agents and brokers. Flint and Inkinen say they worked closely with real estate agents and brokers to understand their needs as well as leading computer scientists to build the service. Flint was born in London, and has also worked for, Europe's largest online travel service, IBM and Battery Ventures. He holds a Masters and first class undergraduate degree in physics from the University of Oxford and an MBA from Stanford. was launched in September 2005. Flint will speak during Real Estate Connect in New York City, Jan. 11-13, 2006. Here are his answers to a set of questions posed by Inman News: Panel or session at Connect: The Web Lead Machine: What Consumers are Doing on the Interne...