Championing Sustainability
in Southeast Asia

Sustainability requires a stewardship mindset. Every individual, family and business needs to come together to ensure that our precious resources are cared for and used in ways that create a better tomorrow.

As the region’s proptech leader, we leverage our tech capabilities and consumer reach to promote sustainable urban living choices and influence positive changes for the environment.

PropertyGuru Green Score

Property seekers can make the choice to live in or own sustainable homes with the PropertyGuru Green Score. Properties listed on PropertyGuru Singapore​ are assigned a sustainability rating. With this, property seekers get to choose homes that align with their eco-conscious values

Learn More

PropertyGuru’s Green Initiatives

Sustainable living requires a collective effort. Beyond promoting sustainable urban living choices to our consumers – we also recognise the responsibility in encouraging the right values and behaviours around sustainability at work and in the office.
Here are some of the initiatives PropertyGuru and its Gurus have been engaged in:

  • Consumer awareness -Published over 100 green living guides to help increase the awareness of sustainable living practices among over 40 million property seekers that visit PropertyGuru’s leading marketplaces in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
  • Industry platform – Introduced ‘Green and Sustainable Development’ award category to recognise sustainable projects at our ‘PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards’ for property developers in Asia. Since the launch of the categories in 2014 and 2016, respectively, PropertyGuru has seen an increase of 50% in entries of green or sustainable projects.
  • Employee action – Launched ‘GreenGuru’ internal program for our 1,400 employees in Southeast Asia. GreenGuru initiatives include educational programs (Green Hour) Green Travel Policy and fun green challenges every quarter.
  • PropertyGuru is working on a Greenhouse Gas Emission Audit & Reduction Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.