Real Estate Data for the Rest of Us
the Trulia Trends team

the Trulia Trends team

Which Homes Typically Cost More – Those on Wisteria “Lane” or Sesame “Street”?

Ever wonder if the homes on “avenues” are typically more expensive than the homes on “streets”? We have. Using our very own database of homes for sale on Trulia, we analyzed the median price per square foot for different types of address suffixes. In this analysis, we limited the results to only address suffixes that […]

Trulia Co-Hosts Data Visualization Workshop In Support of White House Safety Data Initiative

We’re exciting to announce that we’ve teamed up with Fast Company’s Co.Design, O’Reilly Media and Hacks/Hackers to co-host a two-day data visualization workshop for journalists. Created in support of the Obama Administration’s critical Safety Data Initiative – a historic effort to make government safety data on transportation, crime and consumer products much more accessible— these workshops aim to […]

Not All Neighborhoods Created Equal (DC Edition)

So far we’ve looked at the mix of home prices in San Francisco and Boston. This month, we’re focusing our gaze on our nation’s capital – Washington, DC. Long synonymous with power and politics, the city designed by Pierre L’Enfant is home to the White House, the Capitol, the Lincoln Monument, and many, many Smithsonian […]

Not All Neighborhoods Created Equal (Boston Edition)

Last month we took a deep look at the mix of home prices in San Francisco and saw that there’s much more to a neighborhood than its median price.  In some ‘hoods, there’s a mix of more and less expensive homes.  Homes in other areas are either all mansions or all modest — in these […]

Not All Neighborhoods Created Equal (SF Edition)

Ever wonder where the other half lives? (We do, though it’s mainly because we love to gawk at the homes of the rich on our sister site, Luxe Living). But just how far do you have to look to find mega mansions like this $38M hilltop mansion on Billionaire’s Row (aka, where the most expensive […]