Domain Holdings Australia's statutory revenue for the first half of FY24 came in at $203.5 million, while its net profit after tax reached $24.4 million.

Key drivers included a 15% growth in controllable yield, a 20% increase in average revenue per sale listing, and a 12% rise in paid depth listings.

CEO Jason Pellegrino highlighted positive turnarounds in major markets, particularly Sydney and Melbourne, despite challenges in other regions due to rising interest rates and pressures on the cost of living.

The company exited the Domain Home Loans joint venture to focus on other profitable growth avenues.