/// Demand for IPO Bumps Up Zillow’s Zestimate to $500 Million
Zillow is now hoping to raise up to $71 million in its IPO, according to an updated document filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The Seattle-based company, which aggregates real estate listings online, was previously trying to raise $57 million. At the current price levels, the company would be valued at nearly $500 million, up from $400 million previously .
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Demand for IPO Bumps Up Zillow’s Zestimate to $500 Million
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