Urgent note: It’s almost time for Descanso Gardens to transform into a leafy world of dazzling nighttime lights again. “Enchanted: Forest of Light” opens November 19, but tickets tend to vanish in a twinkling. Better reserve your visit soon.
Whether they’re in Beijing, Bordeaux or Beverly Hills, when international buyers look online for a home in LA, they search in their own language. When they do, they’ll find our listings on our 20 global sites written in their preferred language and using their preferred search engine.
Unlike many real estate sites, our key content is translated by humans, not machines. That not only creates a better experience for foreign buyers, but unlike auto-translations, it’s visible to search engines. Since our properties are indexed and suggested to users searching in a specific language and location, they’re more likely to be seen in international markets.
Our sites can automatically convert metric to non-metric measurements and show prices in the user’s preferred currency, with exchange rates updated continuously from the currency markets. Interested buyers can save properties in a private account. They can also get alerts about the homes in their preferred languages and tell their friends aboutthem using our simple social sharing links.
Here are the Aaroe Global sites where your property will appear:
Arabic - ar.aaroe.com
Chinese Simplified - zhs.aaroe.com
Chinese Traditional - zht.aaroe.com
Dutch - nl.aaroe.com
French - fr.aaroe.com
Canadian French - ca.aaroe.com
German - de.aaroe.com
Hebrew - he.aaroe.com
Italian - it.aaroe.com
Japanese - ja.aaroe.com
Korean - ko.aaroe.com
Polish - pl.aaroe.com
Portuguese - pt.aaroe.com
Brazilian Portuguese - br.aaroe.com
Russian - ru.aaroe.com
Spanish - es.aaroe.com
Latin America Spanish - mx.aaroe.com
Taiwanese - zhx.aaroe.com
Turkish - tr.aaroe.com
Vietnamese - vi.aaroe.com
To find out more, contact your Aaroe real estate professional.
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