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Juwai launches new global property platform with Tencent

By Juwai, 05 January 2017
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We’ve teamed up with Chinese internet goliath Tencent to launch a new global real estate marketplace for Chinese buyers and sellers.

This partnership, which comes amidst insatiable Chinese demand for international property that has boomed in recent years, looks set to benefit both Tencent and Juwai users alike.

Serving as a one-stop shop for Chinese buyers, this new channel will now enable Tencent’s over 800 million combined users to browse international properties and seek information on overseas buying and related services easily, courtesy of Juwai.com.

“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,” said Yu Kai, General Manager of Tencent Real Estate.

According to Juwai.com CEO Charles Pittar, this alliance with Tencent not only ensures that Juwai.com international clients will be accessing the China market in a broad and considered way, but also heralds good news for Juwai.com international partners and advertisers.

"Partnerships are a vital part of Juwai.com’s growth strategy in China, and it is hard to imagine a better partner than Tencent. For our international partners and advertisers, the alliance between Juwai.com and Tencent means more traffic, more transactions, and more brand building in the crucial Chinese market," said Pittar.

As China’s largest internet and social media behemoth, Tencent operates the equivalents of WhatsApp, Facebook, Spotify, Kindle, and ApplePay in China. This includes WeChat – China’s #1 mobile chat app that dominates China’s social media landscape with 846 million monthly active users (MAU)1 – Weibo, and QQ.

Learn more about WeChat, Weibo, and QQ here.

 

 

Source: 1. Tencent, Quest Mobile: Global WeChat Monthly Active Users