Dream job alert! Trulia just launched the “Be the First Altman Brothers’ Intern” contest, which will give one lucky Trulia user the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be the first intern to Josh and Matt Altman, two of the most well-known and well-connected real estate agents in the industry.
Amidst the glitz, glamour, and ultra-luxurious lifestyles of Hollywood, the Altman Brothers dominate their local housing market – now representing some of the biggest household names, from celebrities to entrepreneurs and socialites, and Josh Altman is becoming a bold-face name in his own right. You’ve likely seen Josh on TV, where he sells high-end real estate to the rich and famous. Together with his brother Matt, Josh recorded a staggering $200,000,000 in sales in 2012. With 2013 off to an even more impressive start, the duo is turning to Trulia to help them find their first superstar intern.
Could it be you?
The Altman Brothers’ very first intern will learn from Matt and Josh by witnessing and playing a part in their day-to-day business. Roles and responsibilities of their first Los Angeles-based intern include rubbing elbows with the rich and famous, as well as the following:
To enter, visit Trulia.com/altmanintern and complete the submission form. Entrants are asked to test their online marketing prowess by “writing a compelling – and authentic – local review that sells your neighborhood to potential buyers,” and by also penning a brief overview of why they want to work for the Altman Brothers. Submissions will be judged and select entrants will advance to the next round, where an eventual winner will named the Altman Brother’s first intern.
Trulia’s “Be the First Altman Brothers’ Intern” Contest Timeline:
Think you have what it takes to work for the best in the business this summer? Enter here!0 comments
We’re excited to announce a partnership with RE/MAX Results, one of the twenty largest residential real estate firms in the United States with nearly 11,000 real estate transactions and over two billion dollars in sales volume last year.
As part of this agreement, nearly 700 RE/MAX Results real estate professionals will receive prominent placement and brand exposure for their property listings on Trulia. 23 million home buyers, sellers and renters come to Trulia each month to search for homes.
“Our number one priority is to provide our agents with the tools they need to effectively market their properties,” said Marshall Saunders, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Results. “Trulia is one of the leading sites for home buyers in Minneapolis –St. Paul. We’re excited to strengthen our relationship with Trulia and help our agents connect with Trulia’s transaction ready audience, reducing the time on market for home sellers we work with.”
“In today’s real estate market, home sellers want to work with brokerages who provide them with prominent exposure on sites where home buyers are looking,” said Matt Dollinger, Head of Industry Relations at Trulia. “We’re committed to making the home buying and selling process easier and connecting home buyers and sellers with qualified real estate professionals to help them close their transactions.”
RE/MAX Results operates out of the Twin Cities area of Minneapolis and St. Paul as well as Western Wisconsin. Based upon the principles of entrepreneurship and customer service, RE/MAX Results has grown to 24 offices and nearly 700 Sales Executives.0 comments
Earlier today, Trulia opened its home to the local community as part of the OpenCo San Francisco initiative. Danielle Farnedi, Trulia’s Vice President of Engineering, presented an overview of Trulia and its history in San Francisco. Danielle also shared the narrative of Trulia’s culture of product innovation in context of the rapidly changing real estate industry, and the company’s efforts to deliver the inside scoop to consumers.
Trulia is one of many San Francsico-based companies that is active in the local tech community, benefiting from the unique collection of social, creative and technical talent that the region offers, while also working to give back to the community in the process. The company was founded in San Francisco in 2005 and since being headquartered in neighborhoods such as the Mission District and Potrero Hill, today the company calls the vibrant South of Market neighborhood home.
Finding a place to live can be challenging and stressful – it’s the problem that the company was created to solve. In the 1990’s searching for a home was primarily an offline experience, where consumers searched in newspapers and apartment guides enduring a relatively grueling process. As the Internet grew, listings became available online in the early 2000′s. Today, Trulia provides more than just listings and information, delivering real insights for consumers who are trying to find the right place to live.
So what does “insight” mean in this case? It’s bringing data and neighborhoods to life for consumers in a simple, visual format. For example, Trulia commute maps make it easy to determine what areas have convenient access to work. Trulia users can view school district rankings and crime heat maps that highlight safe neighborhoods.
As Danielle mentioned in the presentation, when looking at properties people ask themselves, “How much time will I spend in the car going to work and will my children be safe on their way to and from a quality school?” These are the important questions that that Trulia helps answer.
Trulia was happy to participate in the inaugural OpenCoSF initiative and looks forward to the growth of the program and further engagement with the San Francisco tech community.0 comments
We are thrilled to announce the continuation of our longstanding partnership with CNNMoney as their exclusive provider of real estate search and data. CNNMoney 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 country.
Together, we will continue to power our co-branded website (http://money.cnn.com/real_estate/), 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, we will also serve 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 America. To check out Money’s 2012 “Best Places to Live” list, visit www.Money.com/BestPlaces0 comments