Trulia – Why Work For Us?



Paul Levine

Paul, Trulia's President, is responsible for leading our Consumer division. He has 15 years of consumer Internet experience and most recently served as President of Digital at Current TV, where he led the company's consumer engagement and monetization efforts across online, mobile and emerging platforms. Prior to his time at Current Media, Paul was Vice President of Products and Marketing at AdBrite. Before AdBrite, Paul served as Vice President and General Manager of Local at Yahoo!, where he grew local advertising into a $100 million business. His previous experience also includes senior executive positions at E*TRADE.

Pete Flint

Pete co-founded Trulia in 2005 and is now a Director on the Zillow Group Board.   He has a strong background in tech and online consumer services and was part of the original launch team for, Europe's largest online travel company. As head of interactive marketing and business development, he helped grow the company to more than 2,000 employees in 12 countries and $1 billion in annual transactions, resulting in the company's acquisition in 2005 by Travelocity.


Our team of energized and happy brainiacs is made up of diverse interests and personalities. We've got semi-pro athletes, ping-pong enthusiasts, avid surfers, chicken farmers, jugglers, knitters and everything in between. But we share one common focus: making killer products that will improve the really hard and potentially un-fun process of finding the right place to live.

There are so many reasons that working here is great, but we've narrowed it to the top three:

1. There's always something awesome happening. No matter what is being built, we're hard at work figuring out what the next big thing is going to be. Knowing that there's always some innovation on the way keeps this place buzzing. Plus, consistently seeing ridiculous month-on-month user growth doesn't hurt the excitement factor!

2. We're good people. When it comes to hiring, we've adopted a strict "no jerks" rule. Our culture is open and friendly, and not to be trifled with, no matter your level of talent. Whether we are planning projects or grabbing a keg-fresh beer on our roof deck, we genuinely like each other. Who doesn't like that?

3. Start-up fire with big company benefits. Want the fast-moving pace of a start-up with the perks of a company that has been around the block? Us, too. We know that the laundry list of super competitive pay, stock, snacks in the kitchen, and appreciation for a job well done are baseline requirements, so we go way beyond. Investing back into our team's success and future is our goal. Matching 401(k), fully paid medical/dental/vision coverage, multiple flexible spending accounts, and a legit maternity and paternity plan. We've got it all...and then some.


Work Perks
Being a Trulian comes with perks like covering your parking and commuting expenses, free yoga classes, in-office massages, gym membership discounts, parental leave benefits and more (including an in-house kegerator)!

Money Goodies
Other than your bi-weekly paycheck, there are also a lot of financial benefits of working at Trulia to sweeten the deal even more, including a 401k plan, Pre-Tax Healthcare spending accounts and A La Carte spending to go towards any health, education or gym expenses that we hadn't completely covered already.

Health Benefits
At Trulia you'll have a choice of health insurance providers depending on your needs, budget and just general preference. We also offer full dental, vision and life insurance coverage too.

Trulia Reviews

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    The ability to come up with an idea and run with it from start (goal) to finish (tactics and execution). The culture is awesome. There are great people and great perks. My fave is the commuter stipend. You can make a positive difference for our consumers and company.


    Because the culture is so collaborative sometimes you get too many opinions A little bit of recreating the wheel since it's fast moving organization we don't lead with process

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    We can learn and grow from each other

Trulia Interviews

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    Client Engagement Specialist Interview

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    I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Trulia (Centennial, CO) in July 2015.


    It was very quick. First a phone interview and than an in-person interview—all over about 4 days. The job description for the position was incredibly vague and full of buzz words, which made me nervous, but I took the interview out of curiosity. The process itself was alight. They put me in a room and one guy came in and asked a few questions. He left and then another guy came in and asked nearly the exact same questions again. They seemed very hurried, and I found out in the interview that they were doing a massive hire for this position (like 30 people). I felt a little duped because the job was essentially a call-center job. They never use those words, but they knew and I knew that was what the position essentially was.

    Interview Questions

    • How comfortable are you with the idea of being on a phone for up to 8 hours a day?   Answer Question

Trulia Awards & Accolades

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Webby Awards , Webby's, 2009
Most Admired CEO , San Francisco Business Times, 2011
Best Places to Work in the Bay Area , San Francisco Business Times, 2012
Best Places to Work – Denver , Denver Post, 2012
Top WorkPlaces , The Denver Post, 2014
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Additional Info

Headquarters San Francisco, CA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2005
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Since 2005, Trulia's been focused on building the most vibrant and valuable marketplace in the real estate industry. We're transforming the industry in three big ways: giving consumers the information they need, helping professionals build their businesses, and creating additional value in adjacent markets.

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Recent Updates
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    30+ days ago

    More glossy press on our HQ digs in downtown San Francisco. Take a peek inside our new home!

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  • Trulia update
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    Trulia just moved into an amazing new building in SoMa!