Ukrainian Portal Merges with, Makes Listings Free

April 4, 2022
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The Ukrainian real estate portal has merged with its competitor to help residents of the war-torn country find housing in their hour of need.

A message posted on Lun's social media channels said:

"Since the beginning of the war, 10+ million people have fled their homes and must again solve the problem of finding housing. Of these, 6+ million are in Ukraine. Finding an apartment for rent every day is increasingly difficult, in many cities it is almost impossible.

The shortage of apartments on the market requires us to pay attention to the process of publishing ads, although previously we focused exclusively on search services. Time requires completely different approaches to the placement of an apartment, a different speed and ease of publication. Another level of platform relationships with realtors, many of whom day and night helped people find housing in the last month.

Therefore, we decided to join forces with a powerful real estate portal Rieltor, a leader in many regions of Ukraine, on the basis of which we will do the best service for renting and selling housing. Now we are strengthening the rieltor portal development team, helping to implement the coolest TECHNOLOGIES of LUN, we will support our brand."

According to a post on's Linkedin profile, listings on the portals have been free of charge since the 25th of March and the company is providing a list of realtors who are still working in the country.

On Monday,, and their competitor Dom.ria all displayed prominent defiant messages as the country's real estate industry remains all but paralysed in the face of the Russian invasion.

Lun All New Buildings In Ukraine Apartments In Lcd From Developers Real Estate In Zaporozhye Real Estate For Sale In Zaporozhye Real Estate For Rent Real Estate Pri Dom.ria™ All Real Estate In Ukraine. Advertisements For The Sale Of Apartments And The Lease Of An







Since the beginning of the war, Ukraine's online classifieds industry has been heavily affected. The operator of market-leading horizontal platform OLX-Ukraine, Prosus reiterated its support for its Ukrainian business and, eventually, divested from its Russian classifieds assets.

April 4, 2022
Since March 2020 Edmund's job has been to read about, write about, collect data on, analyse and generally know about real estate marketplaces and the companies that run them. Before that he worked at the aggregator Mitula Group (which became Lifull Connect) for five years.

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