US vertical property search engine Trulia has raised $10m (£5m) in a third round of funding led by Sequoia Capital. The company has now raised $17.7m (£8.9m) to date.


Focusing on the US real estate market, the site indexes data from major brokers and agencies, using Google Maps to display the listings.

Alongside property listings, the site displays local information and area guides, as well as heat maps - which visually display local house price trends.

Trulia was co-founded by former exec Pete Flint two years ago, with a team of four. The company now has 40 employees, and the site is attracting 1.5m visitors per month, as well as listing more than 2m properties for sale.

Further reading:
Interview: Trulia co-founder Pete Flint

Graham Charlton

Published 24 May, 2007 by Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton is the former Editor-in-Chief at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter or connect via Linkedin or Google+

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Scotia Homes

Keep going Trulia. All the best. Try to launch a website in United Kingdom also.

almost 10 years ago

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