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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.

Ear Veng Mong, CEO of Borey Rom Chek in Battambang. Photo supplied
Thu, 9 February 2017

Affordability adds to appeal of Battambang borey

While many residential borey developers are poised to capture the market in Phnom Penh, Ear Veng Mong, CEO of Borey Rom Chek in Battambang city’s Rom Chek village, set his sights further afield with his residential investment plans.

OCIC’s sprawling Olympia City development appears to be running into some problems.
Thu, 9 February 2017

Reaching for the sky has its limits at Olympia

As the real estate market barrage takes on a lulling pace, high-profile developments are slowing down in tandem.

One of the many roads leading to Phnom Baseth and Phnom Reap.
Thu, 9 February 2017

Phnom Baseth eager to be included as part of capital city

Before the expansion of various cities and provinces, the Phnom Baseth region was considered almost off the grid to Phnom Penh’s proximity.

Houses in Areyksat village can be seen from the ferry.
Thu, 9 February 2017

Speculation, unfulfilled infrastructure pledges lead to price distortion

As phone numbers of sellers displayed on signs proliferate in the Svay Chrum commune where, since 2013, the government has been planning to build a bridge linking the Mekong river from west to east, speculative sellers are still att