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

    Office Space: Trulia office design is rooted in community, trees

    Trulia's South of Market office draws its design inspiration from a tree. All that arboreal influence stems from the fact that the real estate website sees itself as a place where people find homes, build and strengthen their communities one ring at a time, from the inside out - like a tree, according to senior manager of communications Matt Flegal.

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    Trulia just moved into an amazing new building in SoMa!


Trulia – Why Work For Us?



Pete Flint
Co-Founder & CEO

As co-founder and CEO, Pete leads the Trulia troops. 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.

Paul Levine
Chief Operating Officer

Paul, Trulia's COO, is responsible for leading our Consumer and Business Services divisions. 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.

Sean Aggarwal
Chief Financial Officer

Sean comes to us with 20 years of experience including 10 years with leading Internet companies. Most recently, as VP of Finance at PayPal, he oversaw a quickly growing mobile business. He also served as Chief Accounting Officer and led the organization through periods of extraordinary top-line growth and expansion into international markets. Sean's other experience includes serving as VP of Finance at eBay and as Finance Director at, where he was part of the management team that grew the business from a few hundred million to $4 billion in annual revenue. Sean started his career as an investment banker with Merrill Lynch where he helped raise over $500 million in equity and debt financing for Fortune 500 clients.

Lee Clancy
Vice President, Consumer Products

Lee has more than 10 years of consumer internet experience, with a focus on growing online media businesses, user communities, and subscription-driven monetization. Prior to working at Trulia, Lee served as Senior VP of Product Management and GM of Direct Revenue at social game and entertainment site, IMVU. During his time at IMVU, the company doubled its active user base, attained profitability, and increased revenue fivefold to more than $50 million in 2011. He also has extensive experience with Yahoo! where he led product management for Yahoo! Personals and Yahoo! Groups. Lee rounds out his diverse experience as co-founder of a music-focused social networking startup and as a corporate strategy consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Scott Darling
General Counsel

Scott Darling, Trulia's General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, is responsible for managing all of Trulia's legal matters. Scott has more than a decade of experience representing tech companies in Silicon Valley. Most recently, Scott served as VP and General Counsel at data security company Imperva, Inc. where he helped lead its successful IPO. Prior to that, Scott served as VP and General Counsel at Danger, Inc., a mobile software-as-a-service (SAAS) company where he helped lead the IPO process and subsequent $500 million acquisition by Microsoft. Post acquisition, he was a senior attorney in Microsoft's mobile communications group. Scott began his career at Gunderson Dettmer representing technology companies in intellectual property transactions, venture capital financings and general corporate matters.

Daniele Farnedi
Vice President, Engineering

As our Vice President of Engineering, Daniele is responsible for all technical development and operations. Before joining Trulia, he was Director of Technology at, a comparison shopping service. Daniele also served as Director of Software Engineering and led natural and paid search development at search advertising company Looksmart. Throughout his career, he has contributed in various technical roles to organizations across Europe and the US, including Barclays Global Investors, Logica-Finsiel, and IBM-University of Bologna.

Heather Mirjahangir Fernandez
Vice President, Agent Services

One of the early Trulians, Heather has been onboard since 2006. She currently serves as Vice President of Agent Services. Previously, Heather served as Vice President of Marketing and was responsible for developing our marketing and communications strategy. Her diverse experience includes roles as an Associate at Morgan Stanley and Director of the Impact Group at Blanc & Otus Public Relations. She's also played in the political sphere, having served as Deputy Press Secretary for Senator John McCain's 2000 presidential bid and as U.S. House of Representatives press secretary for various members of Congress.

Jed Kolko
Chief Economist and Head of Analytics

Jed Kolko, Chief Economist and Head of Analytics, oversees Trulia's research programs. Applying a background in economic development and research methods, he transforms real estate data, economic trends, and public policy debate into digestible insights for home buyers, sellers and renters. In Jed's prior role as Associate Director and Research Fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California, he led research projects and advised policymakers and business leaders on economic, housing and technology policies. Before his work at PPIC, Jed directed Forrester Research's consumer-technology market research, advising corporate executives on technology adoption and demand. Jed has also held positions at the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (now FHFA), the World Bank and the Progressive Policy Institute.

Eric Oldfield
Vice President, Ad Sales & Operations

As Vice President of Ad Sales and Operations, Eric is responsible for building relationships with clients outside the real estate industry. In a nutshell, he helps Fortune 500 companies connect in meaningful ways with Trulia users. Prior to joining Trulia, Eric was co-founder and SVP of Sales and Business Development at LiveIntent, a social and email marketing startup based in New York. Eric also led business development and sales operations at Everyday Health, building the #1 health network from 5 to 25 million unique visitors per month and expanding ad impressions from 50 million to 1 billion in less than two years.

Lloyd Martin
Vice President, Controller

Lloyd serves as Trulia's VP Controller. He has over twenty years of financial management and experience, including twelve years with leading Internet companies. Prior to joining Trulia, Lloyd held positions as Finance Director at Google, where he facilitated expansion into international markets and helped lead the organization through periods of exceptional top-line growth, CFO at SS8 Networks, VP of Finance at Chemdex, and Senior Manager at Ernst & Young.

Larry Illg
Vice President, New Ventures

At Trulia, Larry is responsible for planning and executing business development initiatives and new ventures. Prior to joining our team, he spent eight years helping eBay become the global leader in online classifieds. In that capacity, he managed classifieds businesses in over a dozen countries and was responsible for global expansion and M&A. Prior to his work at eBay, Larry spent five years as a strategy consultant, working primarily with some of the largest CPG companies in the world: Nestle, Pepsi, Mattel, and Levi's. Larry started his professional career as an analyst at the Federal Reserve Board.

Dan Hang
Vice President, Business Products

Dan leads Trulia's product development team, focusing on products for real estate agents and brokers. He joined Trulia in 2006 and has been heavily involved in the development of Trulia's paid products since the company's inception. Prior to working at Trulia, Dan held several roles in sales, marketing, and product management at Akamai Technologies. He earned a Master's degree in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from Cornell University and an M.B A. from Harvard University.


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.

Current Openings

Check out open positions by team below. If you don't see a position that interests you, submit a general application and let us know how you can make a difference at Trulia. We have offices in San Francisco, New York, Denver, and Seattle.

Two Teams. One Goal.

Trulia and Market Leader are working to create out-of-this world experiences for our customers, consumers and employees.

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Work Perks
Being a Trulian comes with perks like no limits on vacations, 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, a 529 college savings 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.

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    Work Experience at Trulia/Z Group

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Trulia full-time (more than a year)


    Personal, Professional, Financial opportunity is AMAZING! Benefits are amazing!! But overall, the people and the product are INCREDIBLE!


    Red Tape with some situations, a few instances of saying one thing, doing another...all associated with massive, rapid growth. Layoffs due to merger.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Despite the Zillow merger, I am certain that whomever takes a roll at Trulia, Zillow, The "Z" Group, or whatever they will end up calling it, will have an awesome experience. I am jealous of those that have the opportunity to stay with the company, and I want to say to those that are researching a potential opportunity, this place ROCKS!

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Trulia Interviews

Updated Feb 24, 2015
Updated Feb 24, 2015

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    Senior Software Engineer Interview

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    Anonymous Employee
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    I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Trulia.

    Interview Details

    Recruiter contacted me through LinkedIn and had an initial chat. Then a tech telephonic interview was scheduled. It had a mix of Java coding, SQL, mapreduce, questions on collections and concurrency. It went fine. I was invited for an in-person interview. There were 5 rounds of interview, including high level design and architecture, questions on Cassandra, HBase, then followed by low level concurrency questions, was asked to code a map reduce program and then finally a simple programming puzzle. Though I thought I did fine, I had couple of issues. I was told I was not fluent in whiteboard coding ( I know it was that puzzle) and as well did not show lot of enthusiasm. The best part of the interview process is the team was very friendly. Though I did not get the offer, I was never made to feel bad. The team was very respectful and encouraged me throughout the process.

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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 Company - Public (TRLA)
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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