Zillow

  • Zillow Prices IPO At $20 Per Share, Now Valued At Nearly $540 Million

    Zillow Prices IPO At $20 Per Share, Now Valued At Nearly $540 Million

    Real estate listings site Zillow has just priced its IPO at $20 per share, giving the company a $539 million valuation. Last week, the company upped the pricing of its IPO to $16 to $18 per share, from the initial range of $12 to $14 per share. Zillow, which will begin trading under the symbol “Z” on the NASDAQ tomorrow morning, will raise as much as $79.6 million in the… Read More

  • Zillow Ups IPO Pricing To $16 To $18 Per Share With Nearly $500 Million Valuation

    Zillow Ups IPO Pricing To $16 To $18 Per Share With Nearly $500 Million Valuation

    Real estate listings site Zillow has just upped the pricing of its IPO to $16 to $18 per share, from $12 to $14 per share. This new pricing gives Zillow a valuation of nearly $500 million ($485 million to be exact). Zillow, which will begin trading under the symbol “Z” on the NASDAQ, aims to raise as much as $71.6 million in the IPO. Read More

  • Zillow Prices IPO Between $12 And $14 Per Share With Nearly $400 Million Valuation

    Zillow Prices IPO Between $12 And $14 Per Share With Nearly $400 Million Valuation

    Real estate listings site Zillow has just filed additional documents with the SEC indicating the initial range for the company’s upcoming IPO. Zillow’s price range will start at $12 to $14 per share, giving the company a $378 million valuation. The company aims to raise as much as $55.7 million in the IPO. Zillow will begin trading under the symbol “Z” on the… Read More

  • How This Year's Tech IPOs Are Doing, And Who's Next

    How This Year's Tech IPOs Are Doing, And Who's Next

    Bubble or not, 2011 may go down as the year of the tech IPO. Not since the last bubble have we seen so many technology companies clamoring to go public. And halfway through the year, we still have many more companies who will be listing on either the NASDAQ or the NYSE in the next six months. Here’s a roundup of the tech companies that have gone public, where they are trading now, and who… Read More

  • First Silicon Valley Consumer Internet Company Joins The Wall Street Single Letter Club

    First Silicon Valley Consumer Internet Company Joins The Wall Street Single Letter Club

    As we reported earlier, Pandora will start trading tomorrow on the New York Stock Exchange under the single letter symbol “P”. By doing so, it becomes the first Silicon Valley consumer Internet company to join the exclusive one-letter stock ticker symbol club. That club was once reserved for the big blue-chip industrial companies: Chrysler (C), Ford (F), Sears (S), U.S. Steel (X)… Read More

  • Real Estate Listings Site Zillow Files For $51.75 Million IPO

    Real Estate Listings Site Zillow Files For $51.75 Million IPO

    As expected, real estate listings and search site Zillow has just filed its S-1, which indicates that the company will be pursuing a public offering. Zillow wants to raise $51.75 million in the offering, according to the SEC filing. It’s important to note that this is a placeholder amount that could change in the coming months. It appears that Citigroup is one of the underwriters of the… Read More

  • Zillow Buys Real Estate Listings Creation And Distribution Tool Postlets

    Zillow Buys Real Estate Listings Creation And Distribution Tool Postlets

    Real estate listings and search site Zillow has acquired Postlets, a online real estate listing creation and distribution platform. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded in 2005, Postlets allows individual real estate agents, property managers and landlords to create listings and send them to 13 real estate and social media websites. The free platform itself makes syndication of… Read More

  • In A Down Real Estate Market, Trulia Scratches At Profitability

    In A Down Real Estate Market, Trulia Scratches At Profitability


    The real estate bust is still dragging down the economy, but some startups are making the best of a bad situation. Real estate search engine Trulia, is still growing by zeroing in on subscription services for real estate agents. CEO Peter Flint tells me the company edged into profitability two months ago—six years after the company was founded. He won’t give specific numbers… Read More

  • After Hitting Profitability, Zillow Appoints Hotwire Founder Spencer Rascoff As CEO

    After Hitting Profitability, Zillow Appoints Hotwire Founder Spencer Rascoff As CEO

    Real estate listings and search site Zillow has named Spencer Rascoff as chief executive officer. Co-founder Rich Barton, who has been the company’s CEO since it was founded in 2005, will take on the role of executive chairman of the board of directors. Fellow co-founder Lloyd Frink will move from president to chief strategy officer. Rascoff joined Zillow in 2005 as one of the… Read More

  • Yahoo Outsources For-Sale Real Estate Listings To Zillow

    Yahoo Outsources For-Sale Real Estate Listings To Zillow

    Yahoo is outsourcing yet another product to an outside company. Tonight, Yahoo is announcing an exclusive partnership with real estate listings and search site Zillow. As part of the partnership, which will go into effect later this year, Zillow will power all for-sale listings on Yahoo Real Estate. The financial terms of the partnership were not disclosed. Zillow’s will integrate its… Read More