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Malaysian property portal receives facelift

AvantiKumar | Oct. 13, 2011 upgrades interface, and site navigation.

Shaun Di Gregorio, CEO of the iProperty Group

PHOTO - Shaun Di Gregorio, CEO of the iProperty Group.

Malaysian property website has received a major revamp with improved site navigation and interface among other new benefits, said iProperty Group.

Asia-based iProperty Group's chief executive officer Shaun Di Gregorio said the new design gives consumers easy access to more than 274,500 property listings from Malaysia as well as access to property information in other countries such as Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Philippines and all across the region.

"Just like any website, the need for continuous refinement and improvement is a must," said Di Gregorio. "The revamp was in line with the company's commitment to provide property buyers and investors with an innovative website that is equipped with clear and up-to-date information that will create a one-stop read for all things property."

He said the revamp also gave the team the opportunity to incorporate new strategies and innovations and create a more engaging experience by equipping property buyers and investors with the right tools to help them make an assessed decision. "Aside from this, the revamped site has been designed to provide quicker access to the iProperty blog, mobile applications and also to the company's Facebook page."

"The keyword search engine feature has also been improved to enable them to use the search box for everything either by keywords, location, state, city/area, condos or street names and it will automatically be suggested via a predictive keyword search option," said Di Gregorio.

The property and real estate website Malaysia works with more than 7,000 real estate agents, and attracts more than 950,000 unique visitors a month.


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