CNNMoney, one of the top destinations for dependable and in-depth coverage of the housing market as well as up to the minute financial news, will continue to incorporate Trulia's real estate marketplace, local stats, trends and analysis into the website's deep editorial content to help users understand exactly what is happening in local markets across the US.
Pete Flint, Co-Founder and CEO, Trulia, stated that the property portal’s continued partnershipw with CNNMoney enables Trulia to provide the inside scoop to an even wider audience of homebuyers, sellers and owners. "Extending our partnership strengthens our commitment to helping people make smarter real estate decisions by providing vital house hunting tools and local insights about neighborhoods and towns across America," said Flint.
Trulia and CNNMoney will continue to power their co-branded website, which allows people to find homes for sale and refine their search results based on core criteria, including upcoming open houses, neighborhood, price, property type and new listings alongside CNNMoney's in-depth real estate coverage. Additionally, Trulia serves as the exclusive provider of real estate data for MONEY's annual "Best Places to Live" list, released today. Carmel, Indiana was named the best small city to live in in America.
"Providing our readers with an in-depth and comprehensive experience is crucial. Our partnership with Trulia complements our ongoing coverage of the housing recovery," said Chris Peacock, Executive Editor and Vice President of CNNMoney.
CNNMoney's real estate section can be accessed here.