Chinese property websites go head to head

Chinese property websites go head to head
Chinese property websites go head to head

Chinese internet service portal Tencent has partnered with real estate website Juwai.com to create a new real estate-centric portal for international sales from Chinese residents.

Tencent runs the Chinese equivalent of WhatsApp, Facebook, Spotify, Kindle, and ApplePay. The partnership will see global properties added to the portal.

Juwai.com created the channel, the content and the back-end system. 

Juwai.com chief executive officer Charles Pittar said the alliance between Juwai.com and Tencent means more traffic, more transactions and more brand building in the Chinese market.

"Over the last half decade or more, Chinese consumers have gone from being nearly invisible in international property markets to being the number- one buyers in almost every country and continent," he said.

"This is a great result for Chinese consumers who want to make international investments in an informed way. It's also wonderful for our international clients who want to ensure they are accessing China in a broad and considered way."

Tencent Real Estate general manager Yu Kai said this partnership with Juwai.com will provide users with information on overseas buying, listings, and related services. 

"Juwai.com is now an important part of our real estate offering. By making Juwai.com's international property content available to Tencent's audience, Chinese consumers will be empowered to make informed investment decisions."

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Residential Listings Chinese Investment

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