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Although schools and hospitals help add value to borey projects and major residential developments, many new dwellings in Cambodia neglect these community services, reflecting the sales-orientated mentality of many development compa

Phnom Penh’s headache-inducing traffic congestion calls for major infrastructure upgrades.
Thu, 23 February 2017

Infrastructure development struggles to keep pace with needs of a growing city

City expansion and the fast rate of private-sector development are causes for celebration.

Thu, 23 February 2017

Mondulkiri, Ratanakiri emerge from under the radar

Infrastructure improvements and burgeoning tourist numbers have recently illuminated the real estate potential of the traditionally remote provinces of Mondulkiri and Ratanakiri, located in Cambodia’s northeast.

In Boeung Tumpun commune's Tnot Chhrom village, stilt homes stand uninhabited and dilapidated, as residents slowly leave for greener pastures owing to increasing water pollution and terrible sanitation.
Thu, 23 February 2017

Capital’s remaining freshwater lake a sinking ship

Obscured by shop houses, construction works, and boreys, the massive lake that is Boeung Tumpun can go easily unnoticed by those unfamiliar with the area.

Western-style design inside Borey Peng Huoth, a gated community in Phnom Penh. Post Staff
Thu, 16 February 2017

Borey sales struggle as market conditions weaken further

Ever-increasing competition in Cambodia’s borey market is leading to less than ripe conditions for sales activity, with some boreys reporting marked drops in borey sales.

Thu, 16 February 2017

More hotels, more problems

As the construction sector continues seeing a dramatic surge with investment, capping at a record $8.53 billion last year, the boom has caused ripple effects within the hospitality sector, most prominently for boutique hotels across

Supply of condos is going into overdrive in the capital.
Thu, 16 February 2017

Condo oversupply concerns enter danger mode as buyers go on hiatus

After market conditions took a turn for the worse in mid-2016, the condo market was the first to put its foot on the brakes with the

A press conference was held last month to mark a MoU between WorldBridge Land, Sok Siphana & Associates and Ly Hour Pay Pro. Sok Siphana (L), Sear Rithy (C), and Ly Hour (R) at the signing of the MoU.
Thu, 16 February 2017

Low-cost housing in Cambodia: A move in the right direction, says top lawyer

Dr Sok Siphana has a number of titles to his name, from managing partner of his namesake law firm Sok Siphana & Associates to an advisor to the Cambodian government.

Borey purchases are proving popular among Cambodians, but unfavourable terms for home loans can make the dream of owning a home stressful.
Thu, 16 February 2017

Housing ambitions made tougher with high interest rates

With an increasing number of local and international property investors fuelling Phnom Penh’s rapid housing expansion, people’s dream of owning their own home is more in reach than ever before, but the financing side of that dream i

Gold Tower 42 remains in hibernation mode.
Thu, 9 February 2017

Lack of progress continues to plague Gold Tower 42

Gold Tower 42 continues to remain dormant despite earlier promises from the developers of the condo that construction would resume this month.