ListHub deal gives Househappy access to 2 million real estate listings

Real estate startup plans to grow stable of US and international data feeds, build mobile app

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Househappy, a real estate startup that launched a Pinterest-like home search platform a year ago, has joined ListHub's network of publishers, boosting the number of listings the startup displays on its site by more than 2 million. Those listings account for more than 80 percent of current U.S. inventory, Househappy said. "We are excited to offer buyers the opportunity to search the vast majority of active real estate listings in the U.S.," said Kevin McCloskey, founder and CEO of Portland, Oregon-based Househappy, in a statement. He declined to say how many listings displayed before the ListHub deal. The site also obtains listings from broker data feeds and manual uploads from listing agents or brokers. "We are currently working with several other partners to extend the number of listings, both nationally and internationally," McCloskey told Inman News. "We are a global real estate search portal and we expect to continue to grow our presence with domesti...