On this episode, we chat about the business of real estate listings, talking with REA Group’s chief inventor Nigel Dalton.
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REA Group appoints Startup Victoria chief Georgia Beattie as executive manager of working space platform Spacely
Almost a year after launching the platform into beta, ASX-listed REA Group has appointed Startup Victoria chief Georgia Beattie as executive manager of Spacely.
REA Group has announced the launch of Spacely, a new platform focused on helping businesses find short-term rental properties and coworking spaces.
REA Group, operator of property platform realestate.com.au, has announced it’s acquiring a 14.7% take in Indian platform PropTiger for US$50 million.
Realestate.com.au has launched virtual reality app realestate VR on Daydream, Google’s mobile VR platform to allow consumers to easily check out property.
News Corp has today announced the launch of a new global property network through a partnership between REA Group, operator of realestate.com.au, and Move, Inc, giving users easy access to listings from around the world.
Digital real estate advertising company REA Group, which is majority owned by News Corp and operates Realestate.com.au, has announced it will acquire Flatmates.com.au for $25 million.
Realestate.com.au partners with 3D visualisation startup Scann3d to transform the online property ecosystem
Australia’s biggest property portal, realestate.com.au, has joined forces with Melbourne based 3D visualisation startup Scann3d as well as property developer BPM, to transform the online property ecosystem. As a result, rather than house hunters and property investors having to rely on two-dimensional floor plans to assess the value of an investment, they can walk through an interactive virtual world and explore developments before they exist in the physical world.
Daniel Oertli and Jason Furnell launched their startup Roomz in early 2013. Earlier this year, the startup was acquired by REA Group.
On Monday, Melbourne-based online real estate ad company REA Group Limited (ASX:REA) announced it had bought a 17.22 percent stake in Catcha Group’s portfolio company, iProperty Group, for AUD$106.3 million.