Zillow is now offering its full suite of real estate aggregate data and related indices to customers of Moody's Analytics, an independent provider of economic forecasting, Zillow revealed in a press release.

In addition, customers will have access to the Zillow Home Value Index and negative equity data.

"Zillow firmly believes that open access to real estate data of all kinds can only help empower the people who use it, whether they are consumers or professional economists and analysts," said Zillow Chief Economist Stan Humphries.

"We're excited to have a new way to distribute this data, which has always been freely available on Zillow.com, and are very pleased to be working with Moody's Analytics to make it more broadly accessible."

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