Elara Technologies, which owns Housing.com, PropTiger.com, and Makaan.com, will now have international listings on its portal. It gets the international listings as it joins the network of its investor company REA Group. This would essentially mean that an Indian user would be able to access more than 4.5 million international listings from 72 countries, in India’s local currency and language. Similarly, Indian developers can list to a global audience. The company claims the listings on the global property network will be exposed to more than 450,000 visits and 4.6 million page views globally each month. During Housing's merger, Elara had claimed to have a monthly traffic of over 7 million visits, with more than 1 million properties listed for resale and over 195 thousand properties listed for rent. REA Group and Elara Technologies News Corp, which is the largest shareholder in PropTiger with 30% shares, also owns 61.6% of REA Group as well. During the merger of PropTiger and Housing in January this year, REA Group had invested in $ 50 million in the combined entity. REA Group is a digital advertising business specializing in property. The group operates realestate.com.au and realcommercial.com.au, casa.it, atHome.lu and immoRegion.fr, myfun.com and iProperty Group. It is present in China, USA, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong and Macau. The international listings will be picked from these websites. Housing's focus on rentals In December 2016, Housing.com is re-launched rental listings after it suspended home rental business in November 2015. Last year the company claimed that the closure…
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