Online real estate platform Zillow Group Inc (NASDAQ: ZG ) reported fourth-quarter results , highlighted by a revenue beat and a much better than expected loss. Here is a summary of how some of the Street’s top analysts reacted to the print. The Zillow Analysts Goldman Sachs analyst Heath Terry maintains a Neutral rating on Zillow’s stock with a price target lifted from $39 to $57. Bank of America analyst Nat Schindler maintains at Underperform, $35 price target. Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak maintains at Equal-weight (under review), $40 price target. Wedbush analyst Ygal Arounian mainatins at Neutral, price target lifted from $39 to $65. Goldman Sachs: Exceeding Expectations Zillow reported a 158% year-over-year revenue growth at $943.9 million and an adjusted EBITDA of ($3.2 million) versus expectations of $814.6 million and ($32 million), respectively, Terry wrote in a note. The company’s beat is attributed to outperformance in the Homes business which handily exceeded revenue expectations of $488.3 million at $603.2 million.