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NEWS UPDATES Asean Affairs   30 April 2013 Targets Chinese and Asian Property Buyers With an All New Marketing Channel

Property Portal Caters to Emerging Real Estate Markets

HONG KONG--Media OutReach -- 29 April, 2013 - The launch of in June 2013 marks a breakthrough for property developers, agents and brokers, institutional and professional investors, asset managers, individual landlords and real estate funds with projects in the emerging markets interested in expanding their existing investor base. The marketing channel is the first and only internet-based property portal focused solely on emerging real estate markets aimed at high net worth individuals in China and Asia.

"Our mission is to showcase investment properties in rising markets to buyers looking for property outside their home countries for investment or lifestyle purposes," said Clara Yeung, a founding partner of Their main target audiences are the Asian and Chinese as they are the fastest growing category globally, as affirmed by the U.S. National Association of Realtors which revealed that in 2012, property valued at more than USD7 billion in the United States had been purchased by the Chinese.

"We are a sole property media platform and are not associated with any brokerage or agency," assured Yeung. One of the brand's leveraging strategies is to provide plenty of market information on the website including investment guides, property news and market analysis. "The Chinese are very smart. They will do their own research to ascertain if a particular market or project is worth investing in. By feeding them sufficient market information, they will realise that many emerging markets outperform mature markets in term of asset appreciation or rent yields and are still safe havens, offering similar security levels as mature markets," said Yeung. She added, "We will set up our own in-house research team very soon."

With its website hosted in China, has simplified a complicated process, allowing clients to benefit from its bilingual website. "The website is professionally translated. On top of that, we have assigned qualified translators to our advertisers as well as professional interpreters attending our seminars and group property inspection trips to cater to non-English speaking property buyers," said Yeung. offers both online and offline presence to maximise property exposure. With a broad reaching digital marketing programme that includes social media marketing on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin, China's popular websites -- and -- and eNewsletters, it aims to be the preferred digital media platform for emerging property markets.


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