Chad Cohen is departing the company in early August to pursue other business interests.
Zillow CFO Chad Cohen is leaving the online real estate company Aug. 7 after second quarter financial results are released, Zillow said in a release Thursday.
Cohen is leaving “to pursue other business interests,” Zillow said.
Zillow’s stock was down more than 5 percent in after-hours trading Thursday after the announcement was made, to about $80.74 per share.
Cohen has been with the company for nine years, climbing his way up the ranks to become the CFO. He took the company through its 2011 initial public offering, which raised $69.2 million.
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Zillow is searching for a replacement. The company said it would provide more details on its second quarter earnings call.