BANGKOK, Thailand, Sept. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Uoolu, a leading global real estate investment platform in China, launched its South East Asian press conference “The Next Era of Chinese Investors” in Bangkok, Thailand on Aug. 30, 2017. In this conference, Uoolu introduced its new product a global assets open platform Uoolu+ to connect Chinese investors with overseas real estate developers and related parties. A Report on Chinese Buyers’ Investment in Thailand Property was also released. Uoolu signed strategic cooperation agreements with more than 50 Thai developers including: Raimon land, Sena, Ananda, and Sansiri among others.
Huang Xiaodan, founder and CEO of Uoolu, introduced the development and strategy of Uoolu. In his address, he stated that Uoolu is designed to help erase the information gap between Chinese investors and the overseas property market, especially the Thai property market. He continued to say that by the end of July 2017, Uoolu has expanded its services into all provinces and autonomous cities in China with an experienced team and advanced investment internet systems. Uoolu is also providing property listings from more than 20 countries to Chinese investors.
Vice president and partner of Uoolu, Zhang Yiwen, launched the new product Uoolu+, a global assets open platform. By registering with Uoolu+, assets and related services providers can list their assets and services for free as well as manage potential clients from Uoolu+ database independently. Property developers worldwide can connect with this group of HNWIs directly on the internet open platform Uoolu+.
At present, Uoolu has over 1 million Monthly Active Users and achieved over 2 billion RMB accumulative GMV with investors coming from ten channels including media, e-commerce and financial websites. As a startup, Uoolu is fully recognized by capital and investing firms from China and Silicon Valley, and closed 50 million RMB of B round funding in June, 2017.
A data analysis report on Chinese investing in Thai properties was also published in the conference. This report contained a analysis of Chinese true preferences and demands in Thai properties, along with their user portraits and investing challenges ahead.
Selected as the country to release the conference, Uoolu thinks that the Thai property market is promising and is expanding more rapidly in the 2nd half year of 2017.
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