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Zillow Group, the Seattle-based real estate tech titan, just bought another New York web property.

Hamptons Real Estate Online, a portal for buyers and renters in the popular vacation spot on Long Island, will join other New York brands StreetEasy and Naked Apartments in Zillow’s portfolio. Zillow is not disclosing terms of the deal.

Zillow has a big appetite for acquisitions. The company has gobbled up 13 companies since it was founded, including the purchase of its chief rival Trulia in 2015 for a whopping $2.5 billion.

“We’re excited to bring our resources and focus to another unique market that also has a large shared audience among the buyers, renters and real estate professionals in NYC and to work closely with our industry partners to develop even better tools and experiences,” said StreetEasy General Manager Susan Daimler in a press release.

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