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Quick Update: ANGI Homeservices Reports Strong Quarter

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Quick Update: ANGI Homeservices Reports Strong Quarter

The company is surpassing expectations


By By James F. McClister June 26, 2018
This article first appeared in the June 2018 issue of Pro Remodeler.

HomeAdvisor and Angie’s List merged under a new company, ANGI Homeservices, last year, and if you’re wondering how things are going, look no further than the company’s Q1 earnings report. Year over year,  ANGI’s revenue rose 69 percent to $255.3 million. Not only is the figure impressive, it surpases what analysts estimated the increase would be (i.e., $252.2 million).

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