Zillow Logo

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Zillow Group is known for its online real estate database providing useful information about more than 100 million homes across the US. For instance, it provides data on how the value of the homes has been changing in the course of time. The advertising network Zillow launched in early 2011 in collaboration with Yahoo! is considered the largest one in the real estate business.

Meaning and History logo

Zillow Logo history

This is a meaningful logotype giving you a hint as to what sphere the company specializes in. You can tell at a glance that the brand works in real estate business. A stylized depiction of a house serves as a background for the letter “Z”. The house design is put inside a blue square. The word “Zillow” can be placed either on the right, or below the icon.

2004 — 2006

Zillow Logo 2004

2006 — 2008

Zillow Logo 2006

2008 — 2019

Zillow Logo 2008

2019 — Today

Zillow logo

Premier Agent symbol

Premier Agent symbol Zillow

The Premier Agent badge is used by real estate agents to show they participate in the namesake program. The logo is based on a modified house icon from the regular Zillow logo. The letter “Z” is replaced by “P,” which “cuts” the number “1” out of the house. The words “Premier Agent” are place below, as well as references to Zillow and trulia.

Old Premier Agent emblem

Old Premier Agent emblem Zillow

Earlier, the company used a seal-like icon with an uneven green border imitating wax of a real seal. There was a “Premier Agent” banner, as well as the regular Zillow icon and the name of the database.

emblem Zillow


The typeface on the Zillow logo may look pretty generic at first glance, and yet it is recognizable due to the sharp angles on the ends of the letter “Z”, the vertexes of the letters “l”, and the top of the “i”.


Color Zillow Logo

The standard logotype is given in bright blue and white. However, another version, where green is used in addition to blue and white, can also be seen. The Premier Agent icon can be given in several versions featuring two shades of blue (a darker and a brighter one), green, black, and white.