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Zillow, Trulia shareholders green light merger

Overwhelming margin approve marriage of online listings giants
Trey Garrison
The merger of online listings leaders Trulia and Zillow just got one step closer to completion. Here's how today's vote played out and what it means.
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Redfin raises $71 million for continued expansion

Latest move in battle for online real estate domination
Ben Lane
In the latest move in what has been a banner year in the battle for domination of the online real estate market, Redfin announced that it received a large injection of funding from several large investors. The company said that it plans to use the money to continue its growth.
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Trulia: Favorite millennial markets out of reach

93% of millennial renters want to buy a home someday
Brena Swanson
The good news is that millennials want to eventually own a home. The only problem is that their dream locations may be a tad out of reach.
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Trulia 2015 Forecast: Home price gains slow, affordability worsens

More of the same as the housing market soldiers on
Trey Garrison
The boom and bust in housing over the past nine years is still casting a shadow over the housing market, but Trulia shines the light on the market and tells you what's coming next.
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Realtors don't deserve 3% commission?

HousingWire article sparks debate
Trey Garrison
The question generated from HousingWire's comment boards: Should Realtors and other real estate agents be just paid hourly, or should we stick with the 3% commission? The answer: Come on.
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Trulia: Home affordability slips for middle class

Where it’s cold it’s affordable; where it’s warm you can’t buy
Trey Garrison
Home affordability continues to challenge first-time, young and middle-class buyers, with some of the warmer climes generally making for the hottest — and least affordable — housing markets. But good news if you like the cold — the most affordable markets are near the Great Lakes.
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RealScout raises $6 million for superior real estate searches

Hopes to take market share from Zillow, Trulia
Jacob Gaffney
Most big real estate web portals are consumer-friendly, but are they service-oriented? One startup out of San Francisco says not enough so, and they think they have the solution for those who are more into the latter business model when it comes to buying a home.
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News Corp CEO vows to turbocharge Realtor.com

Promise to make website "most popular and profitable property site"
Ben Lane
News Corp is now the owner of Move, which operates Realtor.com for the National Association of Realtors, as the companies completed the previously announced acquisition. “In partnership with the National Association of Realtors and its one million members, we look forward to turbo-charging realtor.com and making it the most popular and profitable property site in America,” said Robert Thomson, chief executive of News Corp.
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3 charts sum up where millennials stand on housing

And it’s not on the sidelines
Brena Swanson
Right now, millennials are the housing market. Whether they are supposedly delaying it or the thriving force behind multifamily housing, they are all over housing headlines. However, the problem is that it may not be true.
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FTC delays Zillow’s acquisition of Trulia

Parties agree not to complete deal until Feb. 1, 2015
Ben Lane
Zillow has agreed to delay its acquisition of Trulia until at least Feb. 1, 2015, due to continued requests for information from the Federal Trade Commission.
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