Trulia hires a new chief economist

Issi Romem previously worked as the chief economist at contractor search portal BuildZoom and is also a fellow at Terner Center for Housing Innovation, a part of the University of California, Berkeley.

Home price growth slows, but 2019 will still challenge buyers

While still not likely to relieve buyers, the 5.5 percent annual growth was the same as in September, and down from 5.7 percent in August.

Home inventory tumbles at the end of 2018: Trulia

The number of homes listed on Trulia fell sharply in the past three months of 2018, according to the latest Inventory and Price Watch Report.

StreetEasy raises rental fee for better listing integrity

StreetEasy is raising its listing fee from $3 to $4.50, the New York City-based subsidiary of Zillow announced Tuesday. 

San Francisco is mostly made up of $1M homes now

There are now only 15 neighborhoods left in the entire city where the median home value is below $1 million, according to a new analysis from property portal Trulia.

‘Best of Zillow’ Premier Agent platform to unlock new consumer data

Zillow will start tracking consumer feedback and presenting it to Premier Agents who advertise on the platform to enhance their approach. The new program, “Best of Zillow,” which will reward the agents with the best track records, was announced at the real estate tech giant’s Premier Agent conference in Las Vegas.

Trulia founder: The 3 ways tech will transform real estate next

Generational trends and shifting consumer behaviors are creating an opportunity for a new wave of real estate tech startups with high growth potentials. Here are three major areas of opportunity for real estate tech startups.

Agents OnDemand lets users hail agents like they’re Uber drivers

The app lets homebuyers search for agents “on duty” in their area and connects them directly for showings and other business. Users pay nothing, agents pay $30 a month.

Inventory finally on the rise

After years of inventory shortages and bidding wars, the number of homes on the market may finally be going up, Trulia found.

Knock expands into Dallas-Ft. Worth to take on Opendoor

The launch in Texas was in part fueled by Dallas’ booming housing market  — home prices are up 5.2 percent year-over-year and, due to an influx of jobs, many people are looking to move to the area.