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Russia's Real Estate Listings Portal, Idinaidi.ru, Named Third Premium Portal by ListGlobally, Alongside Market Leaders Rightmove and ImmobilienScout24

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MOSCOW, January 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Idinaidi.ru has been named the third Premium Portal on the leading International real estate syndication service ListGlobally.com. They join the prestigious market leaders Rightmove and ImmobilienScout24.

"Russia is one of the leading markets in the world for purchasers of overseas properties. Russian buyers are looking for vacation homes, buy-to-lease investments, commercial properties, retirement homes, and health tourism," says Eric Calosci, European Sales Director of ListGlobally.com.

"It was therefore of critical strategic importance that ListGlobally provide our subscribers access to the highest quality real estate platform in Russia. Following a comprehensive research process within the Russian market and a rigorous selection process, we are proud to announce our partnership with Idinaidi.ru - Russia's premium real estate portal", added Calosci.

Idinaidi's extensive nationwide platform means that ListGlobally can now offer its international subscribers full access to buyers in over 38 cities throughout Russia with populations of over 500,000 people, including the key centers of Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Novosibirsk.

Idinaidi.ru Stephen Inscoe emphasizes that "ListGlobally is a great way for agents and developers to target Russian buyers, and we are very happy to be a part of their prestigious network of leading international portals".

Russian transactions in cities like New York and London have captured record-breaking headlines for many years, however Russian buyers are not only interested in the large cities, with mass market buyers trending towards apartments in warm climates with asking prices up to €200,000.

On the other end of the scale, up to 55% of homes in the UK worth £5 million or more were sold to overseas buyers in 2012, and one in four homes was bought by a buyer from Russia or CIS according to a report by Knight Frank, a global property consultancy based in London.

About ListGlobally

ListGlobally is the industry's largest network of international property portals. Through one simple process agents can broadcast their listings to over 60 leading real estate sites in more than 30 countries and reach over 60 million potential buyers and investors.

ListGlobally assists real estate portals by adding an international section to their search. Either fully integrated in their current search or a white-label international section, member sites can instantly expand their search territory to offer properties from around the globe to their user-base.

Partnerships with software providers and property portals allow these companies to offer the ListGlobally product to their agent customers.

More information available at http://www.listglobally.com  http://youtu.be/xgVvKzWt5kY

About Idinaidi.ru

Idinaidi.ru  is the fastest growing real estate portal in Russia, with over 550,000 listings and 6,800 Agents in 120 cities across Russia.  Idinaidi has a growing monthly audience of 1.2 million home hunters.  With Russian buyers firmly established as a key target for Agents and Developers around the world, Idinaidi gives you unrivalled reach to buyers across Russia. http://www.idinaidi.ru

Contact: Carlo Walther, +7(495) 234-25-04, +7(926)539-55-50


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