Trulia (TRLA) will be joining the Real Estate Standards Organization as an industry partner. 

In addition, Alon Chaver, Trulia’s vice president of industry services, was named to the RESO board of directors.

RESO is a non-profit dedicated to standardizing real estate data and reducing the cost of development when it comes to real estate applications.

"We’re excited to have Trulia as a RESO member, and to add Alon to our board as an additional voice from the industry," said Rebecca Jensen, CEO of UtahRealEstate.com and chair of the RESO board.

"Adding Alon to the board will help us lay the groundwork for further cooperation between MLSs, brokers and developers," Jensen added.

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