Zillow’s audience continues to grow at double-digit rates, but visitors to the online real estate company’s mobile and Web properties continue to slow. Zillow’s unique visitor count for the month of May was 33.7 million, up 53 percent from the 22 million visitors it recorded for the same month last year.
However, the growth rate wasn’t quite the same as in past months. In April, Zillow saw unique visitors of 32.3 million, posting a 67 percent increase. In the previous two months of March and February visitor counts increased by 86 percent and 102 percent, respectively.
Meanwhile, Zillow — which went public at $20 per share last July — continues to do well on Wall Street with a stock price hovering at $33.26. That’s down a bit in recent days, giving the company a market value of $958 million.
Zillow also has been able to grow its user base through acquisitions, and the impact of the latest one could be felt in the coming months. The company just closed its $40 million purchase of San Francisco’s RentJuice, with Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff telling GeekWire last month that they’d look for other possible acquisitions.