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Move(ing) On Up: A Smarter Way To Profit From A Real Estate Recovery

If you are an investor, homeowner, or have been active in any way in the real estate market, it is likely you have stumbled upon either Zillow (NASDAQ:Z) or Trulia (TRLA). These two websites have received the majority of the buzz since they burst onto the scene in the middle of the last decade. At a very high level, both Zillow and Trulia provide a platform that aggregates significant data about the housing market. From home value estimates, for sale/rent listings, data on recently sold homes, and even a marketplace that brings real estate professionals and consumers together. This unique approach, in attempting to transform the stodgy real estate industry into an e-commerce and social media experience, has...

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