Reports have emerged recently claiming that Tencent Holdings is considering a reduction of its shares in Meituan, Beike, Didi and other companies, in order to provide funds for its stock repurchase and new business ventures.
KE Holdings Inc. (Beike) is the face of proptech in China, with the ambition to reinvent the country's still undeveloped living and housing sector. It has a long-lasting DNA of providing high-quality services to customers.
KE Holdings Inc., also known as Beike, a leading integrated online and offline platform for housing transactions and services, announced on Tuesday its unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2022.
KE Holdings Inc., a Chinese property trading platform also known as "Beike," announced yesterday its homecoming dual-listing in Hong Kong, which marks the beginning of the company’s new journey to serve for a better living.
Reuters reported on Tuesday that Chinese housing broker KE Holdings is planning a Hong Kong stock market listing with an aim to raise $2 billion in funds. In an emailed response to Reuters, KE denied the plan.
KE Holdings Inc. announced that founder Zuo Hui passed away on May 20, 2021 due to something described by the company’s press team as “an unexpected worsening of illness.” The exact illness was not specified.
58.com CEO Yao Jinbo on April 10 posted in his WeChat Moments to call for a national antitrust fine of four billion yuan to be imposed on its own competitor Beike, China’s leading online real estate platform.
Beike, a housing transaction and services platform listed on the New York Stock Exchange, published its unaudited financial result for the fiscal year 2020 on Monday.
Beike (KE Holdings Inc.), a housing transactions and services platform in China, announced its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, showing robust financial and operational growth in the third quarter.
KE Holdings Inc., better known by its housing transactions platform Beike Zhaofang, sold $2.12 billion worth of shares on Thursday in a US IPO.
China’s housing rental transaction service platform operator Ke Holdings has filed a preliminary prospectus for a U.S. initial public offering on July 24, aiming to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol “BEKE”.
Renting an apartment in China is not that hard. There are a variety of online rental platforms providing customized services to both Chinese and foreign tenants.
On Mar.4, China’s leading online long-term apartment rental companies Beike officially confirmed that it had completed a D+ round of financing.