iProperty is a pretty big fish as one of Southeast Asia's leading online property portal businesses. Now, it's about to be bought by an even bigger fish.
It pays to hustle.
Speedrent connects landlords directly with renters for faster and less costly transactions.
Property searches on mobile are growing 3x faster than on desktop, driven by the spread of smartphones and rise of young buyers in India.
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.
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As China’s young people get priced out of property, a new startup idea: ‘tiny apartments as a service’
They're cramped and there's no sofa, but several startups see a big future in their tiny serviced apartments.
This deal will increase the size of Lamudi’s marketplace in the Philippines, one of the focus countries the company identified for its expansion.
CoAssets claims to have completed millions worth of crowdfunding projects, with a revenue of US$ 733k in the first year.
Zig Bang, an apartment hunting app from Korea, raised a US$18 million funding round from previous investors including Stone Bridge, Company K Partners, & others
Lamudi’s global co-founder Kian Moini says the injection of funds is a great vote of confidence in Lamudi’s business model and speaks volumes about the demand t...
99.co differentiates itself from the market by promising a pure search experience untouched by paid classifieds, which is what competitors are doing.
For Asia, Lamudi records the biggest number of property listings in Indonesia and Pakistan.
Uoko, a youth-oriented property portal from China, has raised a US$22 million series B round of funding from Matrix Partners China, SIG, and Legend Capital.
Despite leading in Singapore, PropertyGuru is not sitting still.
PropertyGuru doesn't offer real search. It's essentially a classifieds site where real estate agents pay for ads. 99.co is addressing that problem.
This startup saw a hot trend emerging in China and how perfect an opportunity it would be.
Tiger Global pumps $30 million more into CommonFloor. ‘Challenge will be to maintain culture,’ says CEO
"The helpful, community nature is our core value and it is something we will have to keep our eyes on while we scale. We cannot spread too thin," Sumit Jain, co...
Online classifieds, especially in the property vertical, sees new signs of life.