Editor's note: This story has been corrected to note that an offering of Zillow shares that closed Sept. 24 was a follow-on offering dilutive to existing shareholders, not a secondary offering of previously issued shares. Shares in real estate search website Trulia Inc. could begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange as soon as Thursday morning if shares in the company are priced tomorrow evening, as expected. A Trulia spokesman declined to comment on reports on Forbes and AllThingsD.com that Trulia's initial public offering will take place this week. In a Sept. 6 regulatory filing, Trulia said it expected to offer 5 million shares priced at $14 to $16 per share. If underwriters exercise an option to purchase 900,000 additional shares, net proceeds from the IPO would total $78.3 million after expenses, the company said. Zillow raised $75.7 million in an IPO last year, and plans to raise additional capital through a follow-on offering of more than 3 million shares. In June, Tru...
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