VTrust Appraisal’s Research Director Hoem Seiha says landed housing projects are moving into the outskirts of Phnom Penh.
The Phnom Penh Municipality calls to invest in an affordable housing project.
The number of landed houses in Phnom Penh will reach nearly half a million by 2030.
A unionist requests a new affordable housing policy for garment workers.
Flood victims in Laos’ Attapeu Province are calling for urgent provision of housing.
This new style of renting is normally owned or leased by real estate companies.
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.
Taiwanese and Cambodian investors announce a new residential housing in Takhmao.
Oakwood Worldwide, a premier global corporate housing and serviced apartment provider, will soon have a presence in Cambodia.
Veterans in Kampot are disappointed over the government’s failure to uphold a promise.
The Gov’t is calling on developers to submit proposals for low-cost housing projects.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is supporting the Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone’s (PPSEZ) housing project.
Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone is calling on architects and designers from Cambodia and around the world to submit designs for a project to build 3,000 units of affordable housing.
Saudi Arabia plans to consolidate consultancy services for infrastructure projects.
A working group with the private sector to tackle key issues in the housing sector.
The past couple of years have been a roller-coaster for Maurice Cushinberry – first of homelessness, substance abuse and legal trouble, and then of sudden stability.
Payments for WorldBridge Land’s affordable housing project have been restructured.
WorldBridge Homes will officially launch its affordable housing project for sale this week after a huge crowd registered with the company for their affordable housing.
Demand for affordable residential housing within Phnom Penh and its surrounding urban areas has already proven to be a swiftly developing trend.
Cambodia still needs more housing to meet the rapid growth of the population, urbanisation in the capital city and economic growth.
The development of high-end residential projects has been a priority of both local and international developers alike over the preceding years.
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.
$10 million put into the satellite city to build an additional 300 housing units.
Borey homes are the most popular and affordable in terms of the Cambodian living standards, preferred by Khmer home buyers across the country.
Cambodia has become one of the most popular destinations in the region for global investors, especially in the real estate sector, and its capital Phnom Penh has become a popular place to invest.
While most developers have targeted the middle and high-income class in Cambodia over the past decade, the trend seems to be gradually changing toward to lower income population.