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Houston’s job market is a magnet for Millennial homebuyers, according to a new report. The online real estate portal, a subsidiary of Move Inc. (Nasdaq: MOVE), analyzed the 60 largest housing markets in the U.S. and ranked each city by the share of Millennials viewing properties on the company’s website. In the Houston area, Millennials — particularly those ages 25 to 34 years old — were interested in Realtor.com properties located in the Heights, Oak Forest and Timbergrove, according to the website.
Can Rupert Murdoch take an online fixer-upper and turn it into a digital real estate profit spinner? Murdoch’s News Corp. plunked down $864 million in November to acquire Realtor.com’s parent company, Move Inc., setting up a testy head-to-head rivalry with the unmatched king of online home-sales information, Zillow Group Inc. Zillow has bounded to the top in part because of a feature that includes price estimates for almost every house in America. Now, Realtor.com, enriched and emboldened after the News Corp. purchase, is fighting to claw away at Zillow’s mainstay “Zestimates,” contending they just aren’t that accurate. “We want to emphasize what’s real,” News Corp. Chief Executive Officer Robert Thomson said in an interview.
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