Zillow is a real estate market providing financing and home improvement services for mortgage specialists.
The Zillow Group is headquartered in Seattle, WA. Richard Burton is a co-founder and CEO of the Zillow Group. Zillow Group’s IPO brought in $69.2 million. Zillow Group acquired 12 companies, the latest of which was Mortgage Lenders of America, L.L.C., for an undisclosed amount in August 2018. As of August 2019, Zillow Group has 2.4M fans on Facebook and 3.0K fans on Twitter.
Zillow Group’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Zillowgroup top competitors include: Redfin, Realogy, Keller Williams, Realtor.com, Compass, Sotheby’s International Realty, Realty ONE Group, ZipRealty, Zumper, Realty Austin, Leverage, Lovely, Hilton & Hyland, Propy, Lang Realty, Patrick Stracuzzi Real Estate, Luxury Realty Group and REIFax.
Together they raised more than 3.3B between their estimated 201.2K employees. Zillow Group has 2,401 employees and ranks 4th among its top 10 competitors. The average number of 10 best competitors is 10,419.
Headquarters: 1301 Second Avenue Floor 31 Seattle, Washington 98101
Redfin is a competitor of Zillow Group №1. Redfin is a public company founded in 2005 in Seattle, WA. Redfin works in the field of real estate services. Compared to the Zillow Group, Redfin employs 976 more people.
Realogy is considered one of the biggest competitors of Zillow Group. Realogy was founded in Madison, New Jersey, in 2006. Realogy works in real estate development and operations. Compared to the Zillow Group, Realogy brings in $3.5 billion more income.
Keller Williams is one of the main competitors of Zillow Group. Keller Williams is headquartered in Austin, Texas, and was founded in 1983. Keller Williams competes in the real estate services industry. Keller Williams generates 18% of the revenue of the Zillow Group.