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American mobility at historic low and not changing soon

People are staying in place longer and fewer are moving
Trey Garrison
The U.S. Census Bureau’s current population survey released on Tuesday shows that mobility is flat — at the same low level of 11.7% as the year before.
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FTC approval of Zillow-Trulia deal hinges on agent advertising

What are the limits on Zillow’s advertising inventory?
Trey Garrison
The Federal Trade Commission has the proposed $2.9 billion acquisition of Trulia by Zillow under the anti-trust microscope, and it could come down to an issue of how the FTC distinguishes between online and offline advertising.
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You won’t believe the 10 markets where price gains were strongest

Slow and steady wins the race in this reversal of judicial state trends
Trey Garrison
Home price roses a mere 1% month-over-month in August, according to the latest reports from Trulia, and the biggest gains, surprisingly were in non-judicial foreclosure states.
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PAA Research: Are Zillow’s advertising inventory problems escalating?

Researchers raise specter of weakness behind ‘Zulia’ front
Trey Garrison
PAA Research says that recent cuts to featured listings for premier agents suggest that Zillow’s advertising inventory problems could be escalating as brokers exert leverage.
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Californians most likely to move to...

Trulia: People migrate for jobs, lower density, housing
Brena Swanson
More people are moving away from the major cities of New York and Chicago, opting for a completely opposite region. Trulia outlined the top five between-metro moves over 500 miles.
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FTC continues its review of Zillow’s proposed acquisition of Trulia

Second request part of standard review for such a transaction
Trey Garrison
Zillow and Trulia have received a second request for information from the Federal Trade Commission, which is reviewing Zillow’s proposed acquisition of competitor Trulia.
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Is the boom era for home flipping ending?

RealtyTrac: Trends return to historical normal
Brena Swanson
"Home flipping is settling back into a more historically normal pattern after a flurry of flipping during the recent run-up in home prices in 2012 and 2013," said Daren Blomquist, vice president at RealtyTrac.
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3 facts crippling California's housing recovery

Can these problems be solved in next two years?
Brena Swanson
Before the Golden State can step into its positive forecast for the next two years, it has to overcome several housing hurdles impeding its recovery.
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Report: NAR pushes FTC to block Zillow, Trulia deal

New York Post source cites anti-competitive worries
Brena Swanson
The National Association of Realtors wants the Federal Trade Commission to block the $3.5 billion merger of Zillow and Trulia, according to an article in the New York Post.
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Back to school: Homeowners pay one way or another

Trulia compares costs of public and private schools
Brena Swanson
The sun is rapidly setting on summer break, and kids will once again fill rows and rows of desks across America, whether it's in private schools or public schools. Which prompted Trulia to ask a good question: Are private schools actually cheaper than public schools?
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