Real estate brokerage site Redfin.com was bumped from a list of top 20 real estate sites, and commercial real estate information site LoopNet.com joined that group in October, online metrics company Hitwise reported Thursday.
Redfin, which has alternated off and on the top 20 list in recent months, on Thursday announced a $10 million round of financing that brings its total to about $30.8 million — its first round of venture funding was in 2005 (see story).
The top seven sites on the list were unchanged from September, with No. 1 Realtor.com growing its U.S. market share of online visits to real estate-related sites from 6.86 percent in September to 7.1 percent in October, and No. 2 Yahoo Real Estate‘s market share falling from 4.66 percent in September to 3.59 percent in October, Hitwise reported.