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Zillow Group Feb. 2020 IR Roundup

In February, Zillow Group announced fourth quarter and full year earnings results. Zillow Group CEO and co-founder, Rich Barton was also named to CNN’s ‘Risk Takers’ list for his bet to bring the “one-click” dream to real estate. A total of 20 executives were recognized by CNN including Bob Iger of Disney, Dawn Ostroff of Spotify, and Ted Sarandos of Netflix.

See below for a roundup of major corporate announcements and media coverage for Zillow Group from the month of February. 

In Case You Missed It
Durkan and Constantine Launch Zillow-Powered Search Tool to Help Solve Affordable Housing Disconnect
Zillow Group Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2019 Financial Results
Zillow Group CEO Rich Barton and CFO Allen Parker to Attend 2020 Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference

Customer Stories
Zillow Offers Streamlines a Move For Family of 7

Zillow Group in the News
Zillow Shares Surge Most in a Year After Revenue Beats Estimates [Bloomberg]
Zillow results boosted by strong performance in home unit, shares rise [Reuters]
Zillow Group Stock Is Flying After Earnings Beat [Barron’s]
Zillow Group beats estimates with $943.9M in Q4 revenue to cap a ‘tumultuously remarkable’ 2019 [GeekWire]
Zillow’s iBuyer sends revenue soaring in Q4, beats expectations [Inman News]
Zillow Jumps on Beat Forcing Wary Analysts to Raise Targets [Bloomberg]
Selling your home is complicated. Zillow wants to change that [CNN Business – VIDEO]
Zillow is losing millions on selling homes. But its risk-taking CEO isn’t worried [CNN Business]
Zillow declares mission accomplished, debuts new comprehensive vision [Inman News]
Zillow fans the winds of change in Canada’s housing industry [The Globe & Mail]
Technology is poised to upend America’s property market [The Economist]
The cost of buying and selling homes is too high [The Economist]

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