Realtor.com operator Move and REA Group -- which operates listing portals in 11 countries -- have launched what their parent company, News Corp., says is the "world's largest source of global property listings." The network, hailed by Move CEO Ryan O'Hara as an "important step forward in the evolution of real estate," offers users of the participating property search sites access to 3 million listings in 56 countries, according to News Corp. It shows how the news giant can leverage the synergies between its many property search sites into something greater than the sum of their parts. The network will generate 200 million visits globally every month and will later come to include content from News Corp.'s Mansion Global and India-based PropTiger, as well as other partner sites. "With more global properties than any other source, it’s a capability that no competitor can match," said News Corp. CEO Robert Thompson in a statement about the property networ...
- Realtor.com-operator Move and REA Group have launched what their parent company, News Corp, says is the 'largest source of global property listings to consumers.'
- It combines listings from realtor.com's international section with listings from the 11 listing portals operated by REA Group, and makes them available from all 12 sites.
- The network shows how News Corp can cross-fertilize its property sites with each other.
Don't miss Hacker Connect New York
Dive into the latest Technology impacting real estate, Jan 22, 2018