HouseValues ( SOLD) missed Wall Street's second-quarter revenue target and said it wouldn't hit previously announced guidance for future periods.The Kirkland, Wash., real estate-information company also said its financial chief will depart to pursue other interests. HouseValues added that it would buy back 2 million shares. For the quarter ended June 30, HouseValues made $1.9 million, or 7 cents a share, down from the year-ago $3.7 million, or 14 cents a share. Revenue rose to $25.9 million from $20.6 million a year earlier. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Financial were looking for a 6-cent profit on sales of $26.6 million. HouseValues said it won't provide guidance for future quarters but won't make its previously disclosed guidance for coming quarters. Analysts expect it to make 8 cents a share on sales of $27.8 million for the third quarter and 29 cents a share on revenue of $110 million for the year. "Because of the unclear near-term impact of a changing real estate market, as well as entry into new businesses with which the company has less history, HouseValues has decided to discontinue its practice of providing explicit guidance for the foreseeable future," the company said. "With regard to its previously provided outlook, the company no longer expects to achieve the low end of the ranges provided on its first quarter call." The company also said Chief Financial Officer John Zdanowski has left the company to pursue other interests. HouseValues is searching for a new CFO and has named Vice President of Finance Jacqueline L. Davidson interim chief financial officer. "Jackie exemplifies the rich pool of talent on our leadership team and I am confident of her performance in this important role," CEO Ian Morris said. HouseValues fell a quarter to $6.27 Tuesday before being halted in late trading.