CBRE Cambodia unveiled their Office Market Update Q1 2019 to showcase the property various trends.
Savvy buyers will take advantage of the discounts on offer at Realestate.com.kh’s Home & Lifestyle Expo 2019.
The Home & Lifestyle Expo 2019 is less than a month away. Realestate.com.kh is excited to tell you all about what the show will be like.
Siem Reap has always been the main tourist hub of Cambodia. In recent years, however, southern Sihanoukville has been stealing the real estate spotlight.
Local firm building mixed development project over a 70 hectare area in Banteay Meanchey Province.
Phnom Penh reaches the 76th spot in The Worldwide Cost of Living Survey.
So we’re excited to announce that DJ Nana is the official spokesperson for the Home & Lifestyle Expo 2019.
The economy has climbed higher and higher, growing by around 7 percent each year. Land prices have increased dramatically in that time as international investors have flooded in.
Phnom Penh is a city defined by rivers. It sits at the point where four waterways intersect. The Tonle Sap, Tonle Mekong Leu, Tonle Mekong Krom and Tonle Bassac all connect in the Kingdom’s capital. Why then, is the riverside area still waiting to see major real estate development?
Cambodia is experiencing a miraculous period of growth. The real estate is growing but is still far from a mature market.
Realestate.com.kh is breaking new ground with its latest show, the Home & Lifestyle Expo 2019. Excitement is already building as the biggest names in Cambodia are signing up to take part.
Laorealestate.la has partnered with both the Lao National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LNCCI) and Yula.la to host the first ever real estate expo in Laos.
In May of this year, Koh Rong and Koh Rong Sanloem islands will form the newest municipality in Cambodia
A wave of slumping real estate prices has swept across Asia. But apparently, Cambodia didn’t get the memo.
After putting on the biggest real estate events throughout 2018, Realestate.com.kh is at it again in the first quarter of 2019. It’s now bringing a huge Home & Lifestyle Expo to the local Cambodian market.
Cambodia won’t stay hidden from international investors for much longer. Revised GDP figures from the World Bank show growth will hit 7 percent yet again. Cambodia has been growing this fast since the global crisis of 2008-2009.
In fact, this is when Phnom Penh became known as the Pearl of Asia. Much of the French colonial architecture is still alive, too, and can be explored to this day.
Despite the general consensus that the property market in Siem Reap has slowed down, many experts are bullish on the potential of the area.
According to real estate investment company JLL, the value of investable commercial property worldwide will hit US$65 trillion by 2020. Nearly a third of that, it stated in a recent report, will be in the Asia Pacific region.
Earlier this year, the World Bank reiterated that Cambodia’s GDP growth will stay above 6 percent through 2020.
According to the latest semi-annual report from the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC), the construction sector is set to be one of the biggest contributors to the Kingdom’s forecasted 7 percent economic growth this year.
Imagine a future where no one goes to an office, but rather, does all their work via the internet. This isn’t science fiction. The independence of being a freelancer, entrepreneur or digital nomad is becoming a reality for more people every day.
New real estate developments have been shooting up across Siem Reap over the past few years. Indeed, the Kingdom’s main tourist draw has seen a spate of new hotels, boutique accommodations, guest houses and apartments.
Cambodia is undergoing a massive population shift. Day by day, Kingdom residents become both more connected by technology and more urbanised.
The speedy development of Cambodia’s real estate sector has been a key factor in the country’s constant GDP growth of around 7%. Indeed, growth has hovered at this level for nearly a decade.
The growth in Cambodia’s real estate sector has been turning heads as of late. Housing trends in the country are changing massively. Living standards and land values are going up.
Cambodia is considered one of the fastest growing economies in Asia. Without a doubt, this growth has driven rapid progress in real estate.
Development seems to have Phnom Penh almost bursting at its seams. One district, however, still holds plenty of the Kingdom’s natural beauty. That’s not to say Chbar Ampov is remote. In fact, it has all the modern touches of city life. It has plenty of breathtaking views as well.
Amid breakneck property development in the Kingdom’s capital city of Phnom Penh, the other major centres of Sihanoukville and Siem Reap are now showing an increasing number of real estate projects that are either nearing completion or in the pipeline.
The development of the capital is currently expanding due to a growing urban population, a burgeoning real estate market, and the influence of foreign direct investment. Movement is being seen at all levels from high-end projects to affordable options.