SUHQ or ‘Sell Your House Quickly’ is focused on providing a simple, fast and convenient way for people to sell or rent their property, but without excluding real estate agents.
Singaporean property portal 99.co recently celebrated its second anniversary with the launch of its mobile app for real estate agents, 99Pro.
KL-based Bumbung has launched its property portal, calling itself Malaysia’s “first tech-based real estate company.”
Singapore-headquartered PropertyGuru Group claims to be the top property platform in the region. Lum Ka Kay speaks to its cofounder and group CEO Steve Melhuish to find out more.
In January, Hari Krishnan made the jump from LinkedIn to PropertyGuru, and he speaks to Benjamin Cher about what led to the decision.
Singapore-headquartered online property portal group PropertyGuru Group announced it has received a S$175-million (US$129-million) investment from a strategic consortium of three investors, believed to be the largest investment in the South-East Asian technology sector so far this year.
iProperty Group is touting its iPropertyIQ big data solution that it said simplifies information access and discovery, enabling real estate professional to quickly turn data into business value.
Peter Lim, the Singaporean billionaire owner of the Valencia football club, has taken a 20% interest in the property portal recently launched by Kuala Lumpur-based The Edge Media Group, for an undisclosed sum.
Although the property portal space seems crowded, Magdelin Tan believes that there is still space for of PropSocial to make a difference. Goh Thean Eu has the story.
Newcomer FazWaz believes it can differentiate itself from the other property portal plays in Thailand with its data-driven and consumer-first approach.