As 2017 draws to a close, vast amounts of families continue to flock from the provinces to Phnom Penh in search of job opportunities.
Last week in part 1, we examined the importance of identifying your purpose and began looking at how to examine a property’s investment potential.
Naki Group has decided to inject $10 million into building a housing project in southern Phnom Penh, while the housing demand for local people still sees growth.
As Phnom Penh’s real estate development continues to boom, interest in land and residential property within the city’s suburbs has risen accordingly. Chroy Changvar, nestled in northeast Phnom Penh and running alongside National Highway 6A,…
A senior minister calls for businessmen in the construction industry and stakeholders to participate in the laws and regulations of the construction sector.
The Asian Development Bank funds $950,000 into an environmental infrastructure project around Crab Market (Phsar Kdam).
Song Saa Collective, a company renowned for its luxurious hotel resort developments plans to establish an eco-tourism city in Banteay Srey district in Siem Reap.
The growth of real estate in the kingdom has sparked interest for a new wave of local and international investors to take advantage of various opportunities.
During the Cambodia Real Estate Show 2 held on October 6-7 at NagaWorld, Mr Rithy delivered a seminar focused on giving practical advice to Cambodians seeking a sustainable home investment.
Real estate experts and investors seem not to be worried about the upcoming general election and political situation.
Urban Living Solutions is now selling an affordable, luxury condo project in northern Phnom Penh to provide a more comfortable city-living environment.
Star5 is involved in real estate investment, development, construction and acquisition and is based in Phnom Penh.
The process of buying or renting a business is often time consuming and may seem complex.
There are many types of business properties available in the kingdom including bars, hotels and restaurants – among many other opportunities.
Sorn Seap, founder and director of Key Real Estate, has said that “land prices in Sen Sok have not seen any major increase or decrease recently
Global workplace provider Regus yesterday announced the opening of its second business centre in Phnom Penh.
Cambodia tourism minister Thong Khon stresses the country’s aim is to attract two million Chinese tourists entering the kingdom annually by 2020.
This first condo is a joint investment between locally owned Parkway Investment and Chinese-owned Nantong City Daxin Engineering (Cambodia).
The government issues a warning aimed at low- and middle-income earners about the rise in fake subdivision projects, which has cost many people their savings.
Through numerous legal reforms, and much more clarity in the land titling system, the mechanisms in which foreigners can establish control and ownership over property in the kingdom now comes in several forms.