sep, A Stealth Service for Real Estate?, A Stealth Service for Real Estate?

March 22, 2008 – 5:28 pm, a start-up in stealth mode will be launching shortly. The company is backed by a major silicon valley VC and is stacked with a team from Hotwire, Expedia, Microsoft and Zillow.

GlassDoor is not saying anything at all on what they are building but there is a good chance it is real estate related. The name itself suggests transparency within real estate. But all this remains to be seen.

The founders of GlassDoor are Robert Hohman, formally president of, Rich Barton, CEO of Zillow and was the founder of and Tim Besse also with Expedia.

They are looking for a Product Manager.

  1. 10 Responses to “, A Stealth Service for Real Estate?”

  2. I got word from someone in the valley and it is another real estate search engine. It doesn’t make sense to me seeing it will compete directly with Zillow’s site, and what they are trying to do with brokerages. Should be interesting.

    By James Dickson on Mar 26, 2008

  3. Hi,

    I can confirm that Glassdoor is not in Real Estate and won’t compete with Zillow.

    By David G from on Mar 30, 2008

  4. Very interesting, we know now it is a company salary and review site. How they make money?

    By Salary List on Nov 28, 2008

  5. Its not true its depend on company and the people they hire and the hard work they do for company to stay in top.

    By real estate on Jan 12, 2009

  6. Have there been any updates with regards to what thsi company is doing? As a real estate agent in Los Angeles I am curious when a new tool might be available.

    By office for rent on Mar 31, 2009

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