Zillow To Participate In The Goldman Sachs Technology And Internet Conference

SEATTLE, Feb. 5, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Zillow, Inc.® (Nasdaq:Z), the leading real estate information marketplace, today announced that Zillow's Chief Executive Officer Spencer Rascoff will participate in the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference on February 14, 2013. The fireside chat presentation by Zillow is scheduled to begin at 11:00 a.m. PST. The conference will be held at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, CA.

About Zillow, Inc.

Zillow, Inc. (Nasdaq:Z) operates the largest home-related marketplaces on mobile and the Web, with a complementary portfolio of brands and products that help people find vital information about homes, and connect with the best local professionals. Zillow's brands serve the full life cycle of owning and living in a home: buying, selling, renting, financing, remodeling and more. In addition, Zillow offers a suite of tools and services to help local real estate, mortgage, rental and home improvement professionals manage and market their businesses. Welcoming 46 million monthly unique users, the Zillow, Inc. portfolio includes Zillow.com®, Zillow Mobile, Zillow Mortgage Marketplace, Zillow Rentals, Zillow Digs™, Postlets®, Diverse Solutions®, Buyfolio™, Mortech™ and HotPads™. The company is headquartered in Seattle.

Zillow.com, Zillow, Postlets and Diverse Solutions are registered trademarks of Zillow, Inc.

Buyfolio, Mortech, HotPads and Digs are trademarks of Zillow, Inc.

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CONTACT: Raymond "RJ" Jones         Investor Relations         206-470-7137         ir@zillow.com                  Katie Curnutte         Public Relations         206-757-2785         press@zillow.com

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