Written by Ava Morales

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk


Zillow, founded in 2006, operates as an online real estate marketplace. The company provides a platform where users can access a comprehensive database of homes for sale, homes for rent, and property value estimates. Zillow also offers services related to mortgage financing, rental and home insurance, and home improvement. The company generates revenue through advertising placements for real estate agents, mortgage lenders, and other home-related service providers.

  • **ZILLOW**: Name of the merchant or service provider (in this case, Zillow)
  • **\***: Separator indicating the sponsorship or relationship between entities
  • **RENT LISTINGS**: Description of the service or product being charged for (in this case, listings related to rental properties)
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