Trulia today announced that it will once again provide real estate data to support MONEY’s 2011″Best Places to Live” list that was just published today. As part of an exclusive real estate partnership, CNNMoney will incorporate Trulia’s local housing stats, trends and content into its deep reporting to help its readers find out what it’s like to live and buy a home in these locations.
“Since joining forces with CNNMoney, we have been thrilled to integrate our local housing market insights with MONEY’s prestigious list of America’s best cities,” said Pete Flint, co-founder and CEO of Trulia. “It is very rewarding to know that we were able to help even more people make smarter real estate decisions by making our millions of listings and real estate data easily accessible to the site’s readers.”
MONEY’s “Best Places to Live” list is an annual ranking of America’s best cities to live in based on a number of quality-of-life factors including housing affordability, school quality, arts and leisure, safety, diversity and health care. In addition to being a resource to the magazine’s editorial team, Trulia has also helped create a number of custom interactive online widgets and maps to provide local insights on real estate deals and home price trends for the top 100 cities.
To check out Money’s 2011 “Best Places to Live” list, visit www.Money.com/BestPlaces