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Trulia: Rents go down, still too high

Rents in some markets still increase
Although rents decreased slightly, historically they are still high. In fact, in some hot markets rents are rising. In San Francisco, for example, over 60% of one-bedroom listings are listed more more than $3,000 per month.
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Congrats! Move here after you graduate college

Put all your hard-earned $$$ to good use
Yes! You graduated! But now what? Trulia teamed up with LinkedIn to find out the top metropolitan areas for young college graduates. In the report, Trulia compares median income to median rental estimates, and combines this with job availability ratings from LinkedIn and what percent of the population is also young college graduates. Here’s where they think you should live, and why.
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Why are both sides happy about latest ruling in Move/Zillow battle?

Judge rules that Zillow didn't destroy evidence, but says that one Zillow exec did
The details are telling: working in bad faith, executing a very secretive computer program, deleted files not really actually deleted, the destruction of property, professional misconduct, personal attacks. This is all in the latest Move/Zillow ruling. So how can both sides be happy about the way things are going? Because, here's what really happened.
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Why are major housing markets going haywire?

Hot markets slowing down, slow ones speeding up
OK, so, east of the Mississippi some of the nation's slowest markets are beginning to heat up. And in the West, the hot markets are beginning to cool. Here's the latest Trulia report on this peculiar activity.
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Zillow reports record traffic, but bottom line dented by Move/News Corp legal battle

Legal costs drag down Zillow earnings again
Things have never been better for the Zillow Group websites, which includes consumer brands Zillow, Trulia, StreetEasy, HotPads and Naked Apartments, in terms of website traffic, but the company's bottom line was again negatively affected by Zillow’s legal battle against Move, Realtor.com, the National Association of Realtors and News Corp.
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