The class of recently public tech companies has left many investors with a bad taste in their mouths. The idea of picking up shares of one of these companies after the disasters of Facebook and Groupon certainly doesn't seem appealing, but Zillow is definitely worth another look.
The subscription-based company is growing like gangbusters, and continues to entrench itself with superior algorithms and tremendous brand recognition. Despite some earlier apprehension about real estate agents fighting back against the company, analyst Austin Smith believes Zillow is an attractive buy that will grow into its now-lofty multiple.
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