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.
First, we deliver homebuyers, sellers, owners, and renters a killer user experience while giving them the information they need to make better decisions. We provide house hunters with insights and unique information not just about properties, but also about neighborhoods and agents across the country. Plus, users can learn about schools, crimes, commute times, and even ask the local community questions to get a better sense of each neighborhood.
Next, we create unmatched value for the real estate industry. For agents, that means providing them with the industry’s first ever end-to-end offering, including best-in-class marketing tools and the broadest suite of software to help them build and manage their business. In August 2013, Trulia completed the acquisition of Market Leader, combining Trulia’s leading marketplace for consumers and real estate professionals with Market Leader’s comprehensive suite of SaaS solutions, including CRM and lead management tools. For franchisors and brokers, we're building strategic partnerships that create opportunities to increase their visibility online and to provide additional value to their agents.
Third, we extend our business into adjacent verticals to create even more value. Trulia's rental business is growing at a fast and furious pace; we offer rental listings across the US via dedicated Trulia apps and on the web. Or, for people looking to buy a home, our mortgage center gives personalized, real-time quotes from lenders across the US. And our calculators help users better understand how much home they can afford.
Trulia offers 15 mobile apps across multiple platforms, including dedicated apps for renters, mortgage seekers, and agents. Trulia attracts more than 35 million unique house hunters every month, and during peak periods on the weekends, the majority of the traffic is now coming via mobile devices.
Trulia began trading on the NYSE in September 2012 under the stock ticker TRLA. Trulia is headquarted in San Francisco and has offices in New York City, Denver, and Seattle.