OrangeTee & Tie partners PropTech group Juwai IQI

By Valerie Kor / EdgeProp Singapore | August 28, 2020 4:30 PM SGT
Orange Tee Tie Juwai - EDGEPROP SONGAPORE
From left: Emily Eng, executive director of OTT; Georg Chmiel, Juwai IQI executive chairman; Steven Tan, managing director of OTT; Kashif Ansari, IQI global group CEO; Simon Yio, executive director of OTT; Daniel Ho, group managing director of IQI Global
SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - OrangeTee & Tie (OTT), Singapore’s third largest real estate company with 4,300 agents, has partnered Juwai IQI, the PropTech group and operator of real estate brands Juwai and IQI Global. Together, the two companies have more than 15,000 property agents in total, across Asia, Australia, Canada and the Middle East.
OTT is currently marketing more than 70 developer projects in Singapore. The partnership with Juwai IQI will “provide Singapore developers with a single, end-to-end solution for marketing and selling their new homes to buyers locally and around the world”, according to a press release by OTT dated Aug 28.
Juwai IQI currently operates Juwai.com, the largest online marketplace for overseas properties in China, as well as Juwai.asia, the sole global property portal for Asia-based buyers, and IQI Global.
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The partnership aims to consolidate both companies’ technological infrastructure in order to better support agents and clients. Singaporean buyers of overseas properties will also be able to access more than 2.8 million property listings in 91 countries and receive after-sales service by local agents in the countries of investment.
Steven Tan, managing director of OTT, says: “Integrating our platforms and working jointly to build new capabilities will increase delivery speed and allow new features to be rolled out at a faster pace. The fact that Juwai IQI is the leading player in real estate technology is icing on the cake for us.”
Kashif Ansari, IQI global group CEO, says the partnership will allow both companies to better cater to buyers investing in Singapore. “Buyers from China, Malaysia, India and Southeast Asia are leading investors in Singapore, and we have a very strong presence and network in each of these locations,” he adds.
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