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Despite growing property concerns in Cambodia, some real estate experts are remaining optimistic in the face of recent downbeat commentary.

Thu, 21 July 2016

Corporate office space taken up in line with demand

The demand for corporate space in Phnom Penh is livening up with the entrance of up to five office buildings into the market by the end of 2016, compared with the same period last year.

Thu, 21 July 2016

Near-completion of ASEAN Highway road well-received by locals

Ever since the project to construct part of the ASEAN Highway on National Road 6 to the north of Tonle Sap was solidified in 2009, hectares of rice farms around the lake have been turned into residential houses, storage houses and p

Thu, 21 July 2016

J&L Property brings Phnom Penh condos to the countryside

Cementing their foothold in the local real estate market, J&L Property, the Australian-Cambodian developer behind the prestigious Sky Tree Condo development in Phnom Penh’s north-western centre, has launched a second showroom an

Thu, 21 July 2016

Real estate market values distorted by inflated prices

“My monthly salary is $200. I save $50 per month to buy a $70,000 flat. I’ll have to save for 117 years. Yes, I can have a flat in 117 years.”

Thu, 14 July 2016

Details emerge around affordable housing project

More concrete details surrounding WorldBridge Land’s proposed $100 million affordable housing project have surfaced, however the Cambodian government’s involvement in the development remains unclear.

Thu, 14 July 2016

CVEA continues in real estate community outreach

At least 160 people attended a seminar over the weekend on “Techniques on Estimating Real Estate Values”, aimed at sharing specific knowledge on the topic for the real estate sector in Cambodia

Thu, 14 July 2016

Real estate jitters prompt government and industry meet

The Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) has stepped up its communication with the Kingdom’s real estate executives in the wake of growing concern around excess supply of condominiums and sluggish demand, when compared to 2015

Thu, 14 July 2016

Demand for office space on the rise

The demand for office space is anticipated to surge this year after a lacklustre 2015; however, this is in line with rising supply.

Thu, 14 July 2016

Selling and purchasing condos remain problematic

The act of selling and purchasing houses and condominiums in Cambodia continue to throw up challenges, partially due to complicated co-ownership laws which were introduced in 2010.