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Zillow Mortgage Marketplace Debuts on AOL Real Estate and DailyFinance

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Dec 20, 2011

Zillow Inc. has announced the launch of the Zillow Mortgage Marketplace shopping experience on AOL Real Estate and DailyFinance, providing tools to research, shop for and compare mortgages. AOL Real Estate and DailyFinance visitors now have easy access to important home financial information, such as mortgage calculators, real-time mortgage rates, and Zillow's innovative mortgage shopping experience, which allows users to compare personalized loan quotes and lender reviews, and connect directly with lenders.  Home and mortgage shoppers can find the Zillow Mortgage Marketplace shopping experience on AOL by visiting: ►AOL Real Estate home page ►AOL Real Estate listing pages ►AOL Real Estate home finance center  "We planned to launch this integration next year, but as mortgage rates remain at historic lows consumers are clamoring for quick and useful mortgage information. In less than two months, Zillow and AOL's development teams worked closely together to launch Zillow Mortgage Marketplace on AOL Real Estate and DailyFinance," said Spencer Rascoff, Zillow chief executive officer. "Expanding Zillow Mortgage Marketplace to AOL is an important milestone, and will expose our unique mortgage offering to many more millions of mortgage shoppers." In October, AOL and Zillow announced the partnership to add the Zillow Mortgage Marketplace shopping experience on AOL Real Estate and DailyFinance in 2012. "Our goal is to provide a suite of best in class financial tools and resources to support our users as they make personal finance and real estate decisions through their life stages," said Jay Kirsch, senior vice president and general manager of the AOL Marketplace. "We are thrilled to have Zillow join our team of outstanding partners. Collectively, we are bringing the best of the Web to our AOL users in one comprehensive online destination."
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