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Trulia launches Truluvia, a dating site for real estate agents

Check your calendar if you think it's real

April 1, 2014
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“Real estate is hard, and finding true love is even harder,” at least according to Trulia (TRLA). The site announced today (it’s April 1st, by the way…just in case you were confused) that its launching Truluvia, a dating site for real estate agents. The site promises “love under one roof.” Wink, wink, nudge, nudge.

The video says you can view potential matches, read their recommendations and connect with agents in “your target market.”

The site actually exists too. You can check it out here. You simply enter that you are a man or a woman looking for a man or a woman in your desired zip code. Then you can choose the real estate speciality of your prospective true love. Your choices include someone who specializes in "fixer-uppers", "bedroom staging," "love nests," and "private showings." Hubba hubba.

Trulia announced the launch of the site in a video posted to YouTube. See the video below. And did we mention that it’s April Fool’s Day today? Just wanted to double check. 

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