In its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the San Francisco-based company did not say how many shares it planned to sell or what they would be priced at. The $75 million figure is an estimate used to determine the filing fee and could change.
Trulia, which operates both a traditional website and mobile apps, allows people to research home listings and neighborhoods, while helping real estate agents market their listings.
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