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REA Group announces another listings platform merger

23 April 2019 Tim Neary

The REA Group continues to change the way the world experiences property by partnering with global shared workspace company WeWork to bring flexible, collaborative workspaces to Australians.

The relationship will see WeWork’s Australian listings advertised across leading REA Group–owned and operated commercial property sites, Spacely and realcommercial.com.au.

REA Group executive general manager – developer, media & commercial Joseph Lyons said that Spacely, already the country’s largest short-term workspace listing site, will now showcase all of WeWork’s 16 open Australian locations, including its flagship outfits in Melbourne and Sydney.

He added that WeWork and Spacely will also work collaboratively across events and content to broaden awareness of flexible shared workspaces in Australia.


“WeWork has done an incredible job of creating shared working communities around the world, and we’re excited to be able to bring these spaces to more Australians through Spacely and realcommercial.com.au.

“Together, Spacely and realcommercial.com.au provide unparalleled access to the largest audience of short and long-term commercial property seekers in Australia.”

Last week, the REA Group announced that it would partner its online platform, Myfun, and one of China’s leading online real estate listing platforms under 58 Group, Anjuke.

It said that the partnership will allow Myfun to leverage Anjuke’s presence in the market which covers more than 600 cities and counties, and that the deal will expand the REA Group’s footprint in mainland China, while Anjuke will benefit by providing international properties to Chinese users.

“As part of the partnership, Myfun will syndicate Australian residential properties, including daily updates on over 50,000 residential listings on Anjuke’s platform. 

“Liaison services will also be provided by Myfun to help users throughout their property journey, while data points such as monthly median price, rental price and annual growth rate of listings in Australia will help Chinese buyers understand the Australian market. Nationally listed properties will be featured as well as specific listings for Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Gold Coast localities.”

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