Lennar to acquire CalAtlantic to become U.S.’s largest home builder



Two of America’s largest home building firms will merge to become the biggest housing developer in the country.

CoreLogic acquires real estate cybersecurity specialist Clareity



Real estate industry analytics provider CoreLogic has announced it’s acquiring the cybersecurity firm Clareity Security Solutions.

Chime Technologies acquires GeographicFarming to bolster its real estate marketing platform



Real estate technology platform Chime Technologies, which sells an “operating system” for industry professionals to seamlessly run and grow their online business, has said it’s acquiring GeographicFarming

MAGIX buys Sony’s Creative Software suite



German software, online services, and digital content provider MAGIX has just announced via press release that its acquired the bulk of Sony Creative Software’s products for an undisclosed sum.

Coldwell Banker Seaside Realty acquires Ocean Realty



Kitty Hawk, N.C.-based real estate firm Coldwell Banker Seaside Realty has expanded its presence on the Outer Banks with the acquisition of nearby local firm Ocean Realty for an undisclosed sum.

Chronos Solutions snaps up real estate tech firm Cogent Road



Chronos Solutions, a national real estate finance services provider, has agreed to acquire Cogent Road, a San Diego-based mortgage technology company.

Move Inc. acquires Reesio to ease online transaction management



Move Inc., the company which operates the popular Realtor.com website, last week announced the acquisition of Reesio, a San Francisco-based document and transaction management platform, for an undisclosed price.

Zillow shares rise 10% as it beats Wall Street’s expectations



Seattle-based Zillow Group is patting itself on the back after its share price rose by 10 percent ($6.70), after it declared quarterly revenues exceeding expectations.

Zillow snaps up digital signing service DotLoop



Five months after acquiring rival Trulia in a blockbuster $2.5 billion deal, Zillow is back in the acquisition game.

Analyst warns Trulia could lose 40% of its listings



ListHub’s announcement last week that it intended to stop supplying listings to Trulia set off warning bells in the investment community, with one analyst telling investors that Trulia could lose 40 percent of its listings.

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