Gary Keller, Dave Liniger and the last of the real estate cowboys
Opinion
The mercurial Keller Williams founder Gary Keller still operates like a cowboy, running his sprawling global enterprise as he sees fit
by Brad Inman Feb 24
Zillow names new COO, aims for 'one-click nirvana'
Susan Daimler is stepping into the role of president while Jeremy Wacksman will continue on as chief operating officer in a bid to focus the company's 'end-to-end' experience
by Patrick Kearns Feb 22
Zillow looking forward to 'extending the reach' of ShowingTime: Barton
Zillow CEO Rich Barton said his company is trying to center transactions in its business model and that he wants to do to real estate what the iPhone did to phones and media
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 11
Zillow share price soars past $200
The company saw its stock price climb more than $30, to $203 per share, in the morning trading hours Thursday
by Patrick Kearns Feb 11
Zillow posts its most profitable quarter in company history
As Zillow's iBuyer profits clocked in at $27M in the fourth quarter, it's the Premier Agent business that sent Zillow to record-setting highs
by Patrick Kearns Feb 10
Bullish analysts send Zillow stock soaring to record high
The company's stock surged to a new all-time high Monday, after multiple analysts upped their price target ahead of the company's earnings report
by Patrick Kearns Feb 8
Is Zillow the Robinhood of real estate?
Opinion
Zillow and other innovative companies are attempting to make the trading of homes simple and easy. Somewhat like Robinhood, they are doing so with fewer intermediaries
by Brad Inman Feb 5
Zillow foe to stop publishing short reports following GameStop fiasco
Citron Research spent years attacking Zillow before becoming bullish on the real estate tech company in 2019
by Patrick Kearns Feb 1