Our series of infographics ‘Top Property Portals’ brings you the market-leading real estate portals from around the world. Last week we looked at the top portals in The Middle East, and this week we take a look at the #1 property portals in South Asia according to traffic stats from SimilarWeb.
As always, if you run a property portal in one of these countries and think we’ve made a mistake, get in touch and show us your numbers and we’ll be happy to make a correction if we agree…
Pakistan – Zameen.com
The EMPG owned property portal has seen traffic rebound rapidly since the outbreak of COVID-19 according to SimilarWeb. The company was founded in 2006 and claims to be in the top 5 property portals in the world.
India – 99acres.com
Possibly the closest contest between property portals anywhere in the world. The traffic stats say that Info Edge-owned 99acres is just edging it over the last 3 months with 18.1 million visits compared to 17.7 million for The Times Group-owned rival Magic Bricks.
Nepal – 1Ropani.com
Another very close one. 1Ropani wins just ahead of much slicker rival Gharbazar.com which is catching up fast according to SimilarWeb. General classifieds site Hamrobazaar also has a lot of traffic in the country as well.
Sri Lanka – LankaPropertyWeb
Part of the Frontier Digital Ventures portfolio, LankaPropoertyWeb was founded in 2007. In 2018 the company cemented its market leadership and bought out the local Lamudi portal and rebranded it to House.lk.
Bangladesh – bproperty.com
Another from the EMPG stable of property portals, bproperty is headed up by Mark Nosworthy and counts as an investor Gilles Blanchard, Co-Founder of French portal SeLoger.com.