KE Holdings Inc

NYSE: BEKE
$16.97
+$0.31 (+1.9%)
Closing price May 28, 2024

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Asset Type Stock
Exchange NYSE
Currency USD
Country China
Sector REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION
Industry REAL ESTATE AGENTS & MANAGERS (FOR OTHERS)
Address BUILDING FUDAO, NO. 11 KAITUO ROAD, BEIJING, CHINA
Fiscal Year End December
Latest Quarter 9/30/2023
Market Cap 16,844.22M USD
Shares Outstanding 1,226,090,000
KE Holdings Inc, headquartered in Beijing, China, revolutionizes the real estate market with its comprehensive platform, Beike. This platform uniquely blends online and offline elements to facilitate housing transactions and services. It covers a wide range of real estate needs, including existing and new home sales, home renovation, and more. The company also supports real estate professionals with its Agent Cooperation Network and SaaS systems, enhancing the efficiency and connectivity of the industry. Founded in 2001, KE Holdings continues to innovate in providing accessible real estate solutions.

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