FTC Clears Zillow-Trulia Merger Without Conditions

In a decision taken on February 13, the FTC unconditionally approved the Zillow-Trulia merger after an intensive six-month antitrust review. Despite reported concerns “that the merger might concentrate too much power in one company,” the FTC ultimately concluded that the transaction did not threatend to lessen competition in any market.  This note examines the transaction and the economic analysis that supported the Commission's conclusion.

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FTC Clears Zillow-Trulia Merger Without Conditions
Statement of Commissioner Ohlhausen, Commissioner Wright, and Commissioner McSweeny Concerning Zillow, Inc./Trulia, Inc.

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