- Zillow: 168 homes*
- HomeGain: 142, 48 homes (depending on day)
- ZipRealty: 126 homes
- Yahoo Real Estate: 107 homes
- Realtor.com: 103 homes
- MSN Real Estate: 103 homes
- RE/Max: 91 homes
- Trulia: 77 homes
- Coldwell Banker: 29, 96 (depending on site)
- AOL Real Estate: 49 listings
These numbers are always in flux, but from what I’m seeing I think there are between 90 and 100 MLS listings on the market and around 45 to 50 foreclosure listings.
Finally, it’s kind of a waste to do this kind of research unless you’re willing to do a quality analysis. My experience has been that the sites that do not have direct access to MLS info tend to have more listings that are out-of-date and/or listed with outdated prices.
* It’s worth noting that I’m pretty sure the reporters messed up with their Zillow numbers… When I just did a search that limits the results to 3+ bedrooms in Santa Monica, then there’s a little graphic that says there are 166 listings for sale, but those are for ALL homes for sale and only 64 of the homes match my criteria. The Zillow results should probably have been closer to 64 listings which would put them slightly below Trulia.