Financial Figures

We published our results for Q1 2022 on 3 May 2022.
Group revenue
Q1 2022 in M EUR
107.9
+15.1%
Ordinary operating
EBITDA Group
Q1 2022 in M EUR
58.6
+6.5%
Ordinary operating
EBITDA margin Group
Q1 2022 in %
54.4
-4.4pp
Financial Figures of the Scout24 Group
(EUR million)FY 20211FY 20201FY 20191FY 20181,2
Group revenue389.0353.8349.7318.2
   of which Residential Real Estate segment288.4253.4244.9 
      of which with residential real estate partners199.8176.2165.6 
      of which with consumers88.577.279.3 
   of which Business Real Estate segment69.969.169.6 
   of which Media & Other segment31.331.035.3 
   of which Holding-Revenue0.40.3-0.1 
Ordinary operating EBITDA3222.8212.3209.3188.7
   of which Residential Real Estate segment171.5160.1154.8 
   of which Business Real Estate segment49.649.248.9 
   of which Media & Other segment10.612.013.9 
Ordinary operating EBITDA margin4 in %57.3%60.0%59.9%59.3%
   of which Residential Real Estate segment59.5%63.2%63.2% 
   of which Business Real Estate segment72.0%71.2%70.2% 
   of which Media & Other segment33.9%38.7%39.5% 
EBITDA200.8198.3163.7164.2
Earnings per share (basic, continuing operations)1.031.000.590.71
Own work capitalised26.621.914.011.2
Own work capitalised as % of revenue6.8%6.2%4.0%3.5%

1 On 17 December 2019, Scout24 concluded an agreement for the sale of 100% of the shares in AutoScout24, FinanceScout24 and FINANZCHECK. The sale was completed with the transfer of control to the buyer effective 1 April 2020. These activities are considered as discontinued operations in the annual financial report 2020 and 2019. The figures presented in this table refer only to the continuing operations of the Scout24 Group.

2 After closing of the AutoScout24 transaction, a new segment structure was introduced in the second quarter of 2020. The previous year’s figures (financial year 2019) have been restated accordingly. In contrast, the figures for the financial year 2018 have not been adjusted, so that segment information is not available for this period. 

3 Ordinary operating EBITDA refers to EBITDA adjusted for non-operating effects, which mainly include expenses for share-based payments, M&A activities (realised and unrealised), reorganisation and other non-operating effects.

4 The ordinary operating EBITDA margin of a segment is defined as ordinary operating EBITDA as a percentage of external segment revenue.

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