In a deal that shouldn’t require too much head-scratching to understand, Zillow has acquired StreetEasy for $50 million.
The Roommates app connects with Facebook to help you find potential roommates within your social network, matching you based on similar interests, habits, and preferences.
The company is doubling down on owning the marketplace. Or following the Amazon.com strategy to building company value.
Apartment List released a mobile app for people to easily search for, contact, and take notes on rental apartments.
Online real estate marketplace Trulia acquires Market Leader, a company that provides a software-as-a-service solution for real estate professionals, for $355 million.
Placester announced $2.5 million in funding today for its suite of software solutions that help real estate agents, brokers, and home owners effectively run their business online.
Real estate listings site Trulia announced this morning that it is looking to raise $150 million so it can move quickly on potential acquisitions.
Zillow reported its fourth quater 2012 earnings today, crushing analyst estimates and perhaps silencing the critics who say its business model is baloney.
42floors raises new funds to better connect companies without office space and office space without companies.
RoomHunt integrates a rental directory with social networks to simplify the process of finding a place to live and roommates to live with.
Latin America’s real estate marketplace VivaReal raises $15M in its second round of funding.
Real estate marketplace Zillow buys up startup HotPads to bolster its rental platform.
Zillow may have brought in $27.8 million last quarter, but some investors aren’t so confident in its potential.
Zillow says mobile and real estate go hand in hand, which is why the company is launching its Rentals app for the iPhone
Real estate site Trulia publicly filed for a $75 million IPO this morning, setting its sights on its competitor Zillow, which went public last year.
VivaReal, a Latin American real estate portal we wrote about in 2010, announced that it has pulled in its first round of institutional funding for an undisclosed amount.
Real estate listings site Zillow on Thursday launched a new version of its iPhone app that incorporates its Mortgage Marketplace and new financial tools to help people manage and finance home purchases.
Continued uncertainty about financial stability in Europe and a government deadlock in the United States struck publicly-traded equities on Thursday, sending the tech-heavy NASDAQ index down 3.3 percent and below a technical level of support that might indicate future weakness.
It’s day two of complete market mayhem. Has the chaos closed the window for companies looking to file for an initial public offering?
Real estate listings site Zillow opened on the NASDAQ stock exchange this morning with a whopping $60 share price after its IPO was priced last night at $20 per share. But the $60 per share price fell quickly after the first trade and shares are currently trading around a more reasonable $34.
As it inches closer to going public, real estate listings site Zillow raised the price of its initial public offering to a range between $16 and $18. The new price ups its valuation to $485 million.
Online real estate company Zillow on Wednesday filed new SEC documents that declare its IPO pricing between $12 and $14 a share, which gives the company a $378 million valuation. The company intends to raise up to $55.7 million in the IPO.
Vacation home rental site HomeAway on Thursday priced shares for its initial public offering between $24 and $27, which values the company at a surprisingly robust $2 billion. The company wants to raise as much as $248 million in its offering.