marketleader2Last week, we heard about the financial results of Trulia. On Tuesday afternoon, we’ll get a better sense of how Zillow performs.

Today, we’re getting a good look at Kirkland-based Market Leader, the maker of marketing tools for real estate agents that is in the process of being purchased by Trulia for $355 million.

Shares of Market Leader topped $13 per share after the company reported that revenues jumped to $13.6 million, up from $11 million for the same period last year. Market Leader’s net loss also increased to $2.7 million for the quarter.

The company said that it has achieved 14 consecutive quarters of revenue growth, and now has more 135,000 customers.

Shareholders still have to approve Market Leader’s sale to Trulia, and if the deal does not go through for some reason, Market Leader would have to pay a termination fee of as much as $15 million to Trulia.

Here’s a look at the results:

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Comments

  • http://www.extendedresults.com/ Patrick Husting

    Shares up, lost money. Just saying…

    • Thomas Franklin

      loss not relevant in context of acquisition — increased revenue is.

  • Alpha Male

    Actually 10% EBITDA margins if you read the 10-Q

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