PropertyGuru has identified the need for continued property transactions despite the temporary grounding of regional travel restricting property inspections
The world is increasingly digital. Amplified by the Covid pandemic, shopping, working and even socialising online has become the norm. PropertyGuru has adapted to this trend and identified the need for continued property transactions despite the temporary grounding of regional travel restricting property inspections for overseas investors and thus potential purchases too.
From 11 November until 12 December 2020, PropertyGuru will be hosting Asia’s largest multi-country virtual property expo to satisfy the needs of investors and developers alike. Over 300 projects across the region from Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, the Philippines and Myanmar, as well as further afield including Australia and the United Kingdom will allow homebuyers to search for a property without having to leave home.
“We are excited to host the largest multi-country virtual property expo in Asia”, says Kamolpat Swaengkit, Country Manager of DDproperty.
“COVID-19 has rapidly evolved the way consumers are exploring properties, and many are increasingly using virtual tours and digital tools to continue transactions. Amidst these new trends, our expo brings the best projects and developers of the region to the fingertips of property seekers across Asia, without compromising their health and safety.
Through the virtual expo, we hope to make property transactions borderless and offer all necessary services to buy a home, under one roof – from exploring projects with FastKey to funding homes with PropertyGuru Finance. This is a step further in our commitment and continued efforts to digitize the property industry as we empower consumers to ‘Find.Finance.Own’ their homes with us.”
Investors and developers can take advantage of PropertyGuru’s leading presence connecting them in real-time over this month-long event. The Asia Virtual Property Expo will feature virtual booths for investors to search for suitable properties and virtually walk through interested properties. Developers will be on hand to discuss the property and answer any queries.
Thailand’s leading developers will be showcasing their projects such as AP (Thailand), Habitat Group and Ten Thai Development. Other developers include Tropicana Corporation Berhad, MRCB, Sunway in the Malaysia country pavilion and Singapore Press Holdings Ltd., UOL Group in the Singapore country pavilion. Leading UK housebuilder Berkeley Group will also be in attendance and Fragrance Group from Australia.
Throughout the event, there will be forty webinars and live chats providing an inside scope on the latest property trends and perspectives from market experts. There will also be an opportunity to win prizes including an iPhone, Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Samsung 43” 4K Smart TV, Brompton Bicycle, and the all-new Sony PlayStation 5.
For more information on how to experience PropertyGuru Asia Virtual Property Expo, please visit AVPE.PropertyGuru.com
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