This deal will increase the size of Lamudi’s marketplace in the Philippines, one of the focus countries the company identified for its expansion.
Rahul Yadav’s shares are worth approximately US$30 million. Each employee gets one year of their annual salaries worth of Housing stocks.
MyCuteOffice has operations in six cities in the country. With fresh funding, it aims to launch a mobile app to book offices on the go.
Another Chinese real estate startup secures big funding. But this company has raised four full rounds in less than 12 months!
New Oriental founder and CEO Michael Yu has bought into a Beijing-based apartment rental website and app that wants to bring the process into what it calls "rental 4.0".
PropTiger will use the startup’s expertise to build a design studio that will innovate for better user experience.
The informal guesthouse market is huge in Indonesia, and this startup claims the most complete selection
Millions of students and employees in Indonesia rely on informal guesthouses for accommodation. Infokost.id tries to connect room-owners and seekers.
The round was led by Singapore-based venture capital firm Monk’s Hill Ventures. Existing investor 500 Startups also participated.
Chinese C2C listings site 58.com has splashed US$267 million on real estate C2C site Anjuke.
Through ZipMatch, Paredes is helping real estate brokers like herself to become more professional in dealing with clients.
CoAssets claims to have completed millions worth of crowdfunding projects, with a revenue of US$ 733k in the first year.
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 that exists for online property search in...
For Asia, Lamudi records the biggest number of property listings in Indonesia and Pakistan.
CommonFloor’s differentiator is its community platform. The Bakfy acquisition is a good fit with this culture. And it comes right after a huge SoftBank-led funding round for rival Housing.
Xiaomi founder Lei Jun is investing an RMB 100 million (US$16.3 million) series A round of funding into You+ International Youth Apartments.
This startup wants to stand out by offering home buyers comprehensive and honest reviews of real estate projects in the Philippines.
If you’re looking to buy a house and don’t know any sellers or brokers, this site is made just for you.
This startup saw a hot trend emerging in China and how perfect an opportunity it would be.