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Participants at property awards on the rise

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Nito H. Lim (left), Chan Sophal (centre), and Sorn Seap (right). KT/Chor Sokunthea

The number of participants at the Cambodia Property Awards is rising steadily with every new edition, organisers said.

In a media roundtable, Sorn Seap, founder and director of Key Real Estate and chairperson of the contest’s judging panel, said the number of developers entering the contest increases every year, adding that this is a reflection of healthy growth in the construction and real estate sectors.

“The contest is a mechanism to push and develop the real estate sector,” Mr Seap said. “When we receive an application from a developer, we first pay them a visit to check the construction and quality standards that they follow, as well as their sales success, use of space, and the quality of the materials and facilities they use.

“This award helps promote these developers and their projects in Cambodia and abroad.”

Nito H. Lim, co-founder and managing director at NI Development, a company that has won awards at the contest for two consecutive years, said, “I decided to join the PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards after I realised that I needed to promote my company more.

“I have joined two editions of the contest and every time my projects have received awards, which has helped me spread the word about my company.”

Chan Sophal, director general of the construction department, agrees that the PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards plays an important role in the development of the sector.

“We fully support this competition which leads to excellence in the real estate sector in Cambodia,” Mr Sophal said. “The winners will be able to promote their projects to a wider audience.”

The PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Award recognises the main players in Cambodia’s rapidly growing property and construction sectors and provides a widely respected and trusted regional platform to showcase the achievements and innovation of developers.

It is the biggest and most respected real estate awards in the country, honouring the year’s top and emerging names in real estate, and celebrating the best developers and projects in the industry.

The contest is part of the regional PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards established in 2005.

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