IVW, Germany's respected traffic measurer, won EBay Kleinanzeigen as a client for the first time in January, which made the organisation's monthly announcements even more riveting reading. The January numbers confirmed yet again: the dominant e-commerce/classifieds player in Germany is EBay Inc., with the visits of its three sites EBay.de, Mobile.de and EBay Kleinanzeigen taken together.
IVD24Immobilien.de, the real estate site launched by estate agents as an alternative to Immobilienscout24 and Immowelt, has expanded its footprint.
Marc Stilke, ex-CEO of Immobilienscout24.de, is back on the platform. This time as client - not as employee.
Germany’s Stuffle.it, the listings search engine for a number of categories, this week added properties-for-rent to its repertoire.
Tamedia subsidiary Homegate AG appointed Christian Henk as chief product officer effective from early April.
Stuffle.it, the app-only flea market acquired by ImmobilienScout24.de late last year, launched a desktop version today.
Now, Stuffle.it is a general classifieds platform with an Android and IPhone app - just like all the general classified players we know in Germany - Kleinanzeigen.ebay.de, Quoka.de, Kalaydo.de, Markt.de, Local24.de and
Last week we reported on Stuffle’s move to the stationary web (here) and earlier today we reported on the acquisition of Stuffle by Immobilienscout24.de (here). Both posts contained more questions than answers
A less than optimal investment climate forced Scout24 Group (Immobilienscout24, Autoscout24, Financescout24 and investments in real estate sites outside Germany) to postpone its listing to the first half of next year. But, the team hasn't kicked its feet up. Instead, it is using the “extra time” to fine-tune the services…
Immobilienscout24.de (IS24) agreed to market the listings of building lots site Wunschgrundstück.de on its platform, the company announced this week. The new listings pushed the number of building lots listed on IS24 to 33,000, and made it Germany’s biggest online marketer of building lots.
Financial detail of the cooperation was no
With no end in sight to the boom in Germany’s real estate market and ever more German’s dreaming of owning rather than renting property, a start-up in Berlin came up with the bright idea of making it easy for individuals to pool their resources and buy property as groups.<a href="https://aimgroup.com/2014/07/25/start-up-in-berlin-with-clever-idea-to-boost-home-ownership/groupestate-logo/