The CEO and co-founder of the neighbourhood-based social media site NextDoor Nirav Tolia will lead a search for his replacement and then step down, Recode reported. The move comes after Nextdoor made its first foray into online real estate last year.
Nextdoor joins Redfin, Realtor.com and LendingTree, all of which have added home valuation features in the last few years.
New partnership will see content flow from a Tribus-built website or service to Nextdoor's "neighborhood" social media site.
German media giant Axel Springer invested in social network Nextdoor, reported ManagerMagazin.de this week. Neither side confirmed the report. If true, it will be the first major investment in over two years for the fast-growing San Francisco-based company.
Neighborhood social network Nextdoor is adding real estate listings. A new property section is being piloted in six regions: the San Francisco Bay Area, San Diego, Portland, Phoenix, greater Atlanta, and Dallas/Fort Worth, with plans to add additional markets “over the course of 2017,” according to an information page hidden in Nextdoor’s “Help” section.
It's become quite common for social-media startups to spend years giving everything away for free before starting to introduce revenue drivers. Hyper-local online community NextDoor, which has one-third of all U.S. neighborhoods on board, is no different. While we at the AIM Group and others have been told that
While the move to mobile app for classifieds is smart - especially given the usual ease and instant-photo capability that mobile offers - what might well hamper the marketplace experience for recent start-up mobile app Shout is its trade model.
Christa Quarles, recent Disney SVP and GM of mobile and social games, has been named chief business officer for hyperlocal social community and marketplace NextDoor. Quarles will oversee human resources, recruiting, finance and legal.
This is NextDoor's