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Construction of 352 Platinum has already begun.
Sat, 24 January 2015

High-end build for booming BKK1

The latest high-rise slated to be built in Phnom Penh’s ‘expat quarter’ comes from Taiwanese investors, who claim that it’s the country’s low risk of natural disasters that gives it its appeal

South Korean-backed Camko City, north of Phnom Penh, has suffered from long delays, with some buildings remaining only partially constructed.
Sat, 17 January 2015

Scepticism surrounds $4bn satellite city project

Government authorities are unaware of South Korean development, which is to include a university and hospital

Sat, 17 January 2015

Bank reports growing thirst for homes bought on credit

As bank loans continue to play a growing role in helping Cambodians purchase their own homes, ACLEDA Bank has reported an increase of about a third in the value of its mortgages in 2014.

The yet-to-be-completed bridge to the town of Neak Leung
Sat, 10 January 2015

Prices climb upward along National Road 1

Property prices along National Road 1, the dusty highway that connects Phnom Penh to the markets of Ho Chi Minh City through the border town of Bavet, increased by an average of 30 per cent in 2014, said Van Chanthorn, director of T

A 3D model of DI Riviera on Koh Pich
Sat, 10 January 2015

Biggest condo project ‘will start mid-year’

The $700m Diamond Island Riviera comes with 900 units and a 200-metre long rooftop pool

Sat, 3 January 2015

Mortgages on the rise thanks to first home buyers

As more young and middle-income Cambodians enter the housing market, an increasing number are taking out mortgages in order to purchase their first homes.

The Vattanac Tower
Sat, 3 January 2015

Doubling up: Land prices in city’s central districts soar

Real estate agents put big increases in inner-Phnom Penh property values down to factors including political stability, economic growth and a surge in foreign investment

BKK1’s De Castle Royal condominium.
Sat, 27 December 2014

Phnom Penh’s growing condominium conundrum

Looking at Phnom Penh’s skyline at night, the capital’s luxury condominiums immediately come into view, soaring above the apartment blocks and narrow townhouses most residents call home.

Ross Wheble predicts the Cambodian property market will “perform well” in 2015.
Sat, 27 December 2014

Eyeing Cambodia’s 2015 property prospects

The Cambodian property market has done well this year, despite some stagnation that followed 2013’s troubled national elections.

Construction of the Booyoung Town development began in 2013 but quickly stalled.
Sat, 20 December 2014

Insider says Booyoung Town is back

Spurred by the bounce in the Cambodian real estate sector, the $1.1 billion development is pushing ahead