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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on July 11, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on July 11, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Linux Systems Administrator||San Francisco, CA|
|Director of Product - Search||San Francisco, CA|
|Principal Big Data Engineer||San Francisco, CA|
|Engineering Lead, API Team||San Francisco, CA|
|Senior Product Manager - Mobile||San Francisco, CA|
|Senior iOS Engineer||San Francisco, CA|
|Senior Big Data Engineer||San Francisco, CA|
|Senior Search Engineer||San Francisco, CA|
|Recruiting / Talent Acquisition Intern||San Francisco, CA|
|Web/Front-end UI Developer -||Jacksonville, FL|
Yesterday we took a look at View The Space and how they’re changing the commercial real estate business. Today we’re going to talk about the kind of real estate that you’re more familiar with: residential real estate. While I was looking for a new apartment, I did most of my searching online (though walking around the neighborhood that you want to live and looking for For Rent signs is an underrated tactic). While Zillow was my preferred searching tool, I ended up on Trulia a lot. In case you’ve never used it, Trulia is a site that “displays more than 4.5 million real estate and rental listings nationwide.” The company is based in San Francisco, CA and also has offices in New York, NY and Denver, CO. They’re only about 9 years old, but they’ve grown to nearly 500 employees and are already publicly traded.
Trulia at its simplest is a tool for helping you find a place to live. If that’s what you’re looking for, there’s a good that they’ll have your attention through their website or one of their apps (they’re all over the Google results, so you don’t even have to intentionally use Trulia). And we all know that attention means advertising. Trulia is an amazing channel for realtors to reach both buyers and sellers. By democratizing access to listing information, Trulia has replaced one of the key things that agents do. Agents may not like Trulia, but they have to use it if they want to be able to compete in today’s market. That’s obviously a great position for Trulia to be in. If you want to join them, take a look at Trulia’s Careers page. They’re currently looking for:
There are opportunities in nearly every area at Trulia, so there should be something for almost everyone.
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