Rental property listing website Grabhouse raised US$10 million from Sequoia and Kalaari today.
Housing acquired Plat, a networking app for real estate agents and BigBHK, a property management software.
After being in the news for the wrong reasons for some time, Housing today announced an acquisition for US$2 million to manage after-sales communication for dev...
IREF is a community platform to provide reviews of the locality, property, and developer.
Property searches on mobile are growing 3x faster than on desktop, driven by the spread of smartphones and rise of young buyers in India.
The property market is booming once again. This startup wants to solve the trust issues among buyers and sellers in Australia.
India’s hot startup is in the news again for the wrong reasons.
It’s time for our weekly roundup of the top tech news in Asia, in audio format! Yes, it’s the Tech in Asia podcast with hosts Charlie Custer and Anh-Minh Do (ab...
Senior executives will work in tandem with the board to ensure smooth functioning.
Housing founders didn’t know that investors were negotiating a deal with Quikr. They were slapped with a term sheet yesterday.
In the “Housing style” he picks up his marker to explain smallest of the details and fumbles to find alternative words to IIT-Bombay lingo *macha rahe hai* (mea...
Realty BI will conduct due diligence, back-end research, and project monitoring for new home buyers.
With HandyHome, it takes a simple ‘click it to fix it’ to book a service from authorized electrical appliances centers.
Contrary to popular perception of Rahul Yadav being a loose canon, he appeared well-reasoned in a rapid-fire grilling, which covered the whole gamut from contro...
Pay it forward: Housing’s Rahul Yadav challenges Zomato, Ola founders to give half their shares to employees
Housing co-founder Rahul Yadav has promised to transfer all his shares to employees. Now he wants other founders to share their wealth too with those who build ...
Rahul Yadav’s shares are worth approximately US$30 million. Each employee gets one year of their annual salaries worth of Housing stocks.
Who’s the Wolf of Dalal Street? Behind the explosion at Housing is a shifting power equation [Updated]
The new generation of Indian entrepreneurs is less reverential toward investors, even if it’s the latter who hold the purse-strings. And that may not be such a ...