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“i Trusted Him. He Was Someone I Went To School With:” Waukesha Homeowner Frustrated With Contractor | Fox6now.com

They heard people inside but no one came to the door. When Katrina Cravy made a phone call, Jeff Baum answered, and Katrina Cravy explained that Lussier isnt the only one dissatisfied with his work. Katrina Cravy: There is no reason for them to want to hire you. Youve got an F-rating with the Better Business Bureau and some of these things in CCAP, it doesnt look good. Jeff Baum: Right, right. I wish I could get rid of them, but they are always going to be over my head. Katrina Cravy and Jeff Baum made a plan to meet at Lussiers, so Kerzner could show him what needs to be done. Katrina Cravy: Hopefully well see each other on Monday, Jeff. Jeff Baum: Oh, we will.
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Zillow could dominate Internet home searches | HeraldNet.com – Business

A combination would make it hard for rivals to compete, said Steve Murray, president of Real Trends in Castle Rock, Colorado. It’s a blockbuster, said Murray, whose company provides research and consulting for the real estate industry. What this says is, Zillow has been and has locked up the absolute dominant position in online real estate in the United States. Seattle-based Zillow rose more than 15 percent to $145.76 a share Thursday, giving it a market value of $5.8 billion. Trulia, based in San Francisco, surged 32 percent to $53.74 a share, giving it a market value of $2 billion. Zillow may pay about two-thirds of the purchase price with its own stock, one of the people familiar with the matter said. Katie Curnutte, a spokeswoman for Zillow, declined to comment. Matt Flegal, a spokesman for Trulia, said the company doesn’t comment on speculation. Zillow shares have climbed sevenfold since the company went public three years ago, while Trulia has tripled since its 2012 initial public offering. They compete with companies including Move, which is also publicly traded, and Redfin, which is backed by venture capital firms including Greylock Partners.
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