We just caught news that U.S.-based real estate listing service Trulia has quietly filed for a $75 Million IPO in July. Reuters reported that the company filed for an IPO taking advantage of a JOBS Act provision that allows companies to file behind closed doors.
The real-estate giant was founded by Pete Flint and Sami Inkinen, a keynote speaker at this year’s Arctic15 conference. Inkinen let go of his CEO responsibilities and is now a board member of the company.
U.S. based Companies must still make a public announcement of their IPO 21 days before their roadshow begins.
We’ll be updating you as we learn more about the IPO.