Zillow Group, Inc. (ZG)
ZG Price and Sentiment
ZG Latest news
Supply chain woes and holiday retail, a real estate investment trust's risky dividend, cryptocurrency, and multifamily real estate.
The company needs to rebuild trust after the way it handled its decision to leave the home-buying business.
Boston, Massachusetts--(Newsfile Corp. - November 11, 2021) - The Thornton Law Firm alerts investors that it is investigating Zillow Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: Z), (NASDAQ: ZG) for potential securities violations. Investors who currently own securities of Zillow may contact the Thornton Law Firm's investor protection team by visiting www.tenlaw.com/cases/Zillow for more information. Investors may also email email@example.com or call 617-531-3917. FOR MORE INFORMATION: www.tenlaw.com/cases/ZillowOn November 1, 2021, Zillow announced it would shut down its homebuying and...
OPEN stock is in an inflection point in the real estate business following Zillow's iBuyer Exit. With this advantage, Opendoor Technologies could either become a leader in home sales or to follow the mistakes of Zillow and miss a big opportunity The post Zillow's Move Gives OpenDoor Technologies a Chance appeared first on InvestorPlace.
In hindsight, the company's iBuying plans may have been doomed from the start, for one key reason.
Zillow's iBuying business had huge losses, pushing the company to end its foray into home-flipping.
Opendoor shares surged in after-market trading on Wednesday as third-quarter results exceeded analysts' estimates.
Earnings Results: Stocks of Zillow rivals Opendoor, Offerpad rally after sales, forecasts top Street2021-11-10 17:32
Opendoor Technologies Inc. and Offerpad Solutions Inc. shares rallied in the extended session Wednesday after the online real-estate platforms both reported revenue and outlooks that topped the Wall Street consensus, a week after Zillow Group Inc.'s disastrous earnings.
Zillow Group will sell around 2,000 homes across 20 markets to an investment firm as the real estate giant begins winding down its home buying business.
Zillow Group Inc. (NASDAQ: Z) has agreed to about 2,000 homes from its unsuccessful iBuying program Zillow Offers to Pretium Partners, a New York City-based investment firm. What Happened: According to a Wall Street Journal report sourced from unnamed “people familiar with the matter,” the transaction involves Zillow homes in 20 markets, which Pretium Partners intends to turn into rentals.