Zillow does not post listings for business properties, but users can find residential listings that have been zoned for commercial use. You can find these listings on the property descriptions. You can also select a residential listing on Zillow and have it zoned for business or commercial use afterward.
Zillow is a web-based real estate database that helps property seekers find their perfect match through customizable search options. Zillow was founded in 2006 as a spin-off website for Expedia, a website that focuses on booking travel and hotel bookings. Zillow's main source of revenue is by selling advertising space on their website, typically in the margins of their database.
Zillow has a database of over 110 million homes across the United States, offering information such as estimated value and availability. Other notable information provided by Zillow includes pictures interior, exterior, and bird's eye views of the properties as well as a rental or purchase history. A wide variety of types of homes can be found on Zillow including apartments, condos, and single-family homes. Initially, Zillow only allowed users to search for and inquire about homes for mortgage or outright purchase. In 2009, the company expanded so that users could search for and inquire about rental properties.