Real Estate Website Traffic Jumps 27%

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Real Estate Website Traffic Jumps 27%

Traffic to real estate websites increased 27 percent in February—the highest level since the first half of 2009. A bigger appetite for rentals has mostly driven the increase in real estate site traffic, according to a webinar by Experian Hitwise, in which it released its search tracking data.

Also, traffic coming from social networks to real estate sites increased 61 percent year-over-year in February. “Traffic to real estate sites from Facebook increased 42 percent alone. Social networks now account for 4 percent of the overall traffic to real estate websites,” Dougherty notes. The largest year-over-year increases in social media traffic last month were Yahoo! Real Estate, Trulia, Zillow, and

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