sees growth, parent company revenues fall

The parent company of owner Move also said revenue from its real estate services declined 5 percent year-over-year.

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News Corp. earnings fall short, but parent Move saw growth

News Corp., owner of popular portal, revealed Thursday that its revenue declined more than expected in recent months, though’s parent Move actually saw revenue grow.

How to help clients plan for a long-distance move

Moving is hard! And a long distance move — especially one out of state — is exponentially harder. If you have clients considering such a move, be prepared to help guide them through the process using these tips.

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News Corp. falls short on revenue, touts ‘healthy growth’ in real estate services

News Corp., the parent company of Move’s and Australia-based REA Group, beat analysts’ expectations Thursday, posting adjusted third quarter fiscal year 2019 earnings of 4 cents per share, compared to the consensus estimate of 1 cent per share. However, the company also reported a total revenue of $2.46 billion, which fell below expectations of $2.5 billion.

News Corp beats consensus, reports quarterly revenue growth of 21%

News Corp, the parent company of Move’s and Australia-based REA Group, reported Thursday that its revenue grew to $2.63 billion during the final three months of 2018, representing a 21 percent year-over-year increase.

News Corp. appoints new president of global digital real estate

Tracey Fellows, who led Melbourne-based, News Corp.-owned REA Group for four years, will now oversee all of the corporation’s digital real estate services, including Move, Inc., and REA Group, which includes iProperty in Asia and PropTiger and Housing….

How just got way better at lead conversion

News Corp., owner of, announced the $210 million acquisition of lead qualification service Opcity. With this acquisition, dives deeper into the lead conversion funnel in a major way.

Home Price Cuts Increase, but Still Not Buyer’s Market® has announced the findings of its August housing trend report which revealed a surge in price cuts and the second largest drop in the U.S. median list price in three years. Although competition between buyers remained stiff and list prices continue to rise, the report also revealed a slowdown in price growth and easing […]

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