Background: The aim of this study was to define the clinicopathologic features of phospholipase A2 receptor (PLA2R) and/or thrombospondin type-1 domain-containing 7A (THSD7A) associated membranous nephropathy(MN) focusing on their impact to disease relapse and response to treatment. Methods: A total of 201 patients were enrolled for baseline clinical and histopathological features and 102 patients with a clinical follow-up for more than 1 year were evaluated for outcomes. Immunohistochemical staining was performed with PLA2R and THSD7A antibodies on kidney biopsies and glomerular staining was evaluated. Results: PLA2R expression was observed in 75% of the patients’ biopsies; however, THSD7A expression was present only in 7 patients’ biopsies (3.5%). No significant difference was found between histopathological and clinical features of PLA2R positive and negative patients, collectively. Glomerular PLA2R expression was significantly associated with complete and complete/partial remission with first-line treatment; however, overall complete, and complete/partial remission rates did not differ from PLA2R negative patients (p = 0.2 and p = 0.8). Male gender, the presence of IgG4 staining and a necessity of immunosuppressive treatment were significantly associated with glomerular PLA2R expression. One patient, who developed end-stage renal disease, had glomerular expression for both PLA2R and THSD7A. Three patients with THSD7A-positive MN achieved complete remission. Conclusions: The probability of achieving complete remission is high in patients with PLA2R-positive MN for whom the relapse rate was also higher. The overall renal outcome did not differ from PLA2R negative cases. Low incidence of THSD7A-positive MN reduces the possibility of future randomized controlled trials.