Listing syndicator ListHub will stop supplying listings to Trulia on April 7, giving the second most-popular real estate site less than a month to come up with an alternative source for more than a quarter of its listings.
The two companies announced the settlement today at a hearing held in San Francisco Superior Court, GeekWire reported.
The syndication agreement between ListHub and Trulia was originally set to expire in June 2016, but in February ListHub announced it had terminated its agreement with Trulia in the wake of Trulia’s acquisition by Zillow. Trulia, now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Zillow Group, filed for a temporary restraining order to keep listings flowing to the site, which the court granted until today’s hearing date.
The date Trulia loses access to ListHub’s listings coincides with the date the syndication agreement between Zillow and ListHub ends.