Homebuyers looking for properties at CNNMoney will continue to see listings, market data and lead forms for real estate agents served up by Trulia, as the companies continue their partnership for a third year.
The extension of an existing agreement between the companies means Trulia and CNNMoney will continue to power a co-branded website.
Visitors who enter search criteria in a "powered by Trulia" form on the home page of the real estate section at CNNMoney see results — and "truliaPRO" lead forms for buyer’s agents — served up by Trulia.
Users can refine results based on core criteria, including upcoming open houses, neighborhood, price, property type and new listings, which are served up alongside CNNMoney’s real estate coverage. Trulia also serves as the exclusive provider of real estate data for MONEY’s annual "Best Places to Live" list.
"Teaming up with CNNMoney enables Trulia to provide the inside scoop to an even wider audience of homebuyers, sellers and owners," said Pete Flint, co-founder and CEO, in a statement. "Extending our partnership strengthens our commitment to helping people make smarter real estate decisions by providing vital house-hunting tools and local insights about neighborhoods and towns across America."
Trulia’s rivals have similar partnerships. Realtor.com operator Move Inc. serves up framed search results at MSN Real Estate, and also syndicates a separate set of listings and powers searches at AOL Real Estate through its ListHub subsidiary. Zillow supplies listings to Yahoo Real Estate, and sells advertisements to brokers and agents that appear on the site.