Our series of infographics ‘Top Property Portals’ brings you the market-leading real estate portals from around the world. Last week we kicked off with a property portal map of Western Europe and this week we bring you the leading property portals from Central and Eastern Europe. If you think we might have made a mistake or missed a great property portal in your country, get in touch with us, show us your numbers and we’ll be happy to update the infographic…
Greece – Spitogatos.gr
Part of the Real Web SA which also controls leading Italian portal Immobiliare.it.
Bulgaria – Imot.bg
Bulgaria’s top specialist property portal pulls in over 2 million visits per month according to Similarweb.
Serbia – Nadjidom.com
It’s very tight at the top in Serbia between rivals Nadjidom and gohome.rs.
Romania – Imobiliare.ro
The leading portal in Romania also runs a secondary portal imoradar24.ro
Bosnia and Herzegovina – Realitica.com
As far as we can tell the Croatian run portal Realitica.com is the number one place to find property over the border in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Croatia – Njuskalo.hr
Although technically a horizontal marketplace site, Njuskalo is number one for property in Croatia.
Slovenia – Nepremicnine.net
Nearly 2 million visits in May make it a heavy hitter in a small country.
Hungary – Ingatlan.com
One of the oldest Hungarian websites having been set up by architect Dávid Mészáros all the way back in 1997 and proud to be Hungarian owned ever since.
Austria – Immobilienscout24.at
The German giant dominated here as well ahead of Immowelt.at.
Slovakia – Top Reality
Slovakia has a couple of good quality portals such as reality.sk, but Top Reality comes out on top in terms of traffic on Similarweb.
Ukraine – Lun.ua
The team of more than 100 at Lun is also responsible for the vertical search site flatfy.com
Czech Republic – Sreality.cz
Almost 2 million monthly visits and 3,000 agents and individual advertisers make Sreality the market-leading Czech portal.
Poland – Otodom.pl
Owned by OLX Group, Otodom is a big hitter in Poland.
Russia – Cian.ru
With over 26 million visits in May, the Russian #1 is among the most popular property portals in the world and just about fits on our map.
Belarus – Realt.by
Created in 2005 and very proud to be a data-driven portal, Realt.by leads the way in Belarus.
Lithuania – Aruodas.lt
Part of the Diginet family of portals, Aruodas is the leading property portal in Lithuania.
Latvia – City24.lv
City24 is the only property portal I have ever seen that gives users a statistical breakdown of most of its key KPIs. Very interesting if you can understand Latvian.
Estonia – Kv.ee
The first-ever Estonian property portal, kv.ee was started way back in 1999. The portal claims to have around 40,000 properties and receive 600,000 visits.