Islamabad, February 12, 2014 (PPI-OT): Global real estate classified player Lamudi.com currently reports a world-wide rocketing of listings on their platform. In 16 countries throughout Asia, Africa and Latin America, the branch leader registered over 100,000 apartments, houses and properties offered to more than a million monthly visitors and there is still a bullish tendency.
Only in the past four months, the total number of listings went from 25,858 up to 100,000, along with an increase of more than 500,000 users per month. It is a proud moment for Pakistan, as Lamudi.pk is the major contributor in this 100,000 mark with more than 25,000 listings. This is about 25% of the total number and it is rapidly increasing day by day.
Speaking on the occasion Saad Arshed, Country Director, Lamudi.pk said that “We are glad to notice that the number of properties uploaded online is rising. This means that this platform is becoming more user-relevant as it has a diverse range of listings and enables users to rent and buy properties online. Our primary target is to keep a vast variety of high-quality and active property listings.” Whether people are looking for properties for rent or for sale, the internet platform www.lamudi.pkenables customers to easily find or sell their house, apartment, commercial property or land online.
At the same time, property providers and agents get a trusted online presence through a personalized webpage. Key characteristics of Lamudi.pk are its diverse property offers, the intuitive website set-up and the high security standards to avoid fraud.
The business platform operates under a high level of transparency through professional photos, updated listings, detailed descriptions, reports and rankings for 100% of its properties in each market. The Lamudi.pk platform helps brokers to manage their inventory fast, easy and stress-free.
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