Business Services (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – April 5, 2012
This is a great company to work for. The company is focused on treating their employees right, and have the best benefits of any company I have worked for. The job itself can be tough at time, as it is a very metric/quota based company. Turn-over is relatively high based on the stress of the job, but it is a great culture and environment.
Productive and Positive workplace,provided free benefits
Customer Technical Support (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – May 8, 2016
Great company to work for. Great hours, free food daily, game room. I learned a lot of salesforce, ticketing, working on the back end of a website. Management pick and chose favorites, which made for a lot of extra drama.
Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – November 23, 2015
Trulia was a great company to begin with, but it has lost way after zillow acquisition. Trulia is more highlighted a discovering or personalization experience rather than for actual search or accurate buying experience. Some of the best engineers have left and the management does not give a dime to care about the attrition rate. Upper management follow favoritism to promote the teams they think are relevant. Overall, not a very engineering driver but management or business driven culture left now. Hope it improves if and when upper management exits.
compensation is ok, good events / activities, z benefits are great
management, bureaucracy, job profiles not accurate, lot of yes man left
Account Sales (Former Employee) – Centennial, Co – June 2, 2015
Great product for consumer but not for client. Revolving door. Work with angry real estate agents that were sold a product to just get them in the door. Most were not set up with correct expectations. I enjoyed working with accounts to turn them around to purchase more. I felt more like a sounding board then an account sales rep. Not for me.
Great place to work and great people to work with.
Customer Care Specialist (Current Employee) – Bellevue, WA – May 20, 2015
Great Management to work for. Took real good care of their employees. Fun company learned a lot about the product and industry. Foosball / ping pong table / hot shot hoop. Free food/snacks available daily with coffee machine. Great afterwork activities.
Franchise Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – April 8, 2015
Not only did I work side by side with great people, but the clients that I communicated with on a daily basis were always different, therefore, no two days were alike. Free food and beverage was a plus for sure. Not only was there a ping pong table but Also foosball and pop a shot basketball.
close to home, flexible hours, competitive compensation.
Can't think of any. Trulia was a fabulous company to work for.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Centennial, CO – March 11, 2015
Trulia provides the best benefits that I think that I will ever have. Most of the people who work there are friendly, and they offer a huge selection of food that means you can skip the drive through for breakfast and save money by staying in for lunch.
The tough part is that the management team acts more like a "big brother" than a leader. Promotions are also based on popularity instead actual skill sets.
If you are looking for a good starter job Trulia is the place to be, but if you are looking for a career then you should look in a different direction.
Competitive, fast-paced workplace with a decidedly Silicon Valley-esque culture
Content Specialist, Trulia Pro Blog (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – February 19, 2015
A wonderful company to work for, despite sometimes being overly competitive and tough. There are free snacks and breakfast foods, every type of beverage you could want, ping pong tables in the lunch room, wonderful health and other benefits, and competitive pay.
free breakfast, beverages and snacks, great pay and benefits, unlimited time off
Senior Account Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – April 16, 2015
Started the day with an overview of the past day and what need to be done that day and week. Work hard , play hard. The company got bought out by Zillow and they laid off 350 people including me or I would still be working there.
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Denver, Co – December 15, 2014
Typical Day: Delivered value rich, consultative sales pitches to real estate agents through outbound cold/warm phone calls. Met daily requirement of 100 calls a day outbound warm/cold calls to Real Estate agents in my pipeline with an estimated 2 hours of talk time. Develop programs to support Real Estate agents’ sales and drive customer acquisition and retention through demand generation and nurturing campaigns through a sales dashboard
Marketing Advisor/Account Specialist (Former Employee) – Denver CO – March 19, 2015
Trulia.com was a great place to work with a fully stocked kitchen and state of the art facility. My coworkers were very cordial and easy to work with. I worked from 730 - 4pm, cold calling real estate agents, selling ad space on the nationwide search engine.
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Centennial, CO – October 2, 2014
Great benefits, but low, hourly compensation. Commission structure changes all the time and quotas go up every month. Looks good on the surface until you realize that all they care about is high dials and making more money for the company. You don't get paid on anything you sell until you hit 65% and the quotas keep going up...a lot of people don't make a commission check at the end of the month, which makes for a mixed bag of negativity and pseudo-positivity at the beginning of the next month within your team.
free food, great coworkers, great benefits
low pay, you can get screwed over right at the end of the month if someone cancels due to not getting leads.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Denver, Co – August 30, 2014
If you love inside sales Trulia is amazing. Your managers will mentor and work with you. You can set your own sales schedule ( breaks, lunches, etc). Competitive teams, and coworkers who work together to help everyone meet their monthly and weekly goals.
food packed cafeteria, great environment, happy hours, great benefits, workplace that gives back to the community
commission is very good, but limited. rougher work environment for females. base pay is a little low.
Inside Sales Account Manager (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – February 13, 2015
This place had amazing workplace culture. It was probably my favorite position in regards to atmosphere and people that work there. The job itself was a sales job so I would of like more job security but otherwise it was a great company to work for.