Two more executives at New York City-based listing site StreetEasy recently had their positions terminated, The Real Deal reports.

They were the six and seventh executives at StreetEasy to depart or be removed from their positions since Zillow purchased StreetEasy for $50 million in August, according to The Real Deal.

Unique visitors to StreetEasy have fallen by about a quarter in the past month, more than the normal seasonal decline, according to numbers that Internet tracking company Quantcast provided to The Real Deal.

Some see the departures as an attempt by Zillow to eliminate redundancy at the company, The Real Deal said.

Source: The Real Deal

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