Justice Department Seeks Info from Homestore.com

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Homestore.com yesterday said the U.S. Justice Department requested information from the company about its online real estate business.


The Thousand Oaks, CA-based company did not say what the Justice Department was investigating but said the request came from the department's antitrust division.


Homestore is a large, online real estate network that provides information on buying homes, finding a broker, renting and moving.


In March, the company said it would form an online business-to-business network with National Association of Realtors.
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