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Trulia Grows 3X in 2007, Breaks into comScore Top 10

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ — Trulia (, the fastest growing residential real estate search engine, today announced that it is now one of the top 10 most-visited real estate website in the US, according to the most recent report released by comScore Networks Inc., an independent Internet audience measurement and consulting company. Trulia also pulled ahead of valuation site in the number of unique visitors to the site, as well as overall audience reach, according to the report.

Trulia has climbed 17 places in comScore’s rankings to become the seventh most-popular real estate brand for the month of December 2007 — ahead of other real estate sites such as AOL Real Estate, HouseValues and ZipRealty. The total number of unique visitors to has nearly tripled in the past 12 months from 579,000 to more than 1.6 million in December 2007. According to Trulia’s internal traffic monitoring systems, between 3 and 4 million users will visit in January 2008.

“Our rapid growth over the past year underscores that consumers will continue to research their home buying decisions at Trulia — even in a down market — because we provide unique tools and objective insights that people can use to help them make the smartest possible decisions about real estate,” said CEO Pete Flint. “While the overall housing market outlook is uncertain, we’re seeing tremendous growth across all areas of the business as we help millions of consumers, our real estate partners and advertisers when they need us most.”

Trulia offers a comprehensive range of free tools to help navigate the current housing market at a national and local level:

-- search for homes for sale, recently sold homes, foreclosures and new
-- city and neighborhood real estate guides with housing statistics and
-- nationwide property database of between 60 and 70 million homes;
-- an online community to ask and answer housing related questions; and
-- email alerts when new properties are on the market, sell or change in

Trulia also recently launched the Trulia Publishing Platform where publishers are able to create free customized versions of Trulia for their own site. More information at

About Trulia

Trulia, Inc. (, a residential real estate search engine and the fastest-growing U.S. real estate Web site, has revolutionized online home search by offering a rich, intuitive user experience that points consumers directly to listings on agent and broker Web sites. By partnering with the real estate industry, including 93 of the top 100 largest U.S. brokers, Trulia helps more than 3 million unique visitors per month find information on homes for sale using custom search criteria. The site also provides market trends and neighborhood data at the hyper-local level, as well as Trulia Voices, a real estate Q&A community which enables consumers and professionals to exchange information about their local markets. Headquartered in San Francisco, Trulia is backed by Accel Partners, Sequoia Capital and Fayez Sarofim & Co. For more information, go to


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