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Officials from the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction, the Ministry of Tourism, and the Ministry of Environment are working closely to devise a campaign to cut down on environmental pollution caused by unmi

Thu, 4 February 2016

Increasing number of small real estate companies cater to growing middle class

A few skilled former real estate agents, who have built up their own networks, are taking advantage of their potential and starting their own business in response to the growing middle-class demographic.

Thu, 4 February 2016

Sector unsure over construction law implementation

Real estate agents, lawyers and architects on Saturday addressed the importance of adopting the long-awaited construction law that would standardise practices and legally enforce building codes to keep up with the booming constructi

Thu, 4 February 2016

New details slowly emerge for Phnom Penh’s Master Plan

The long-awaited Master Plan for Phnom Penh, approved by the Cambodian government this past December, has been welcomed by the real estate sector despite its late approval.

Thu, 4 February 2016

First time buyers: What is the best property type for you?

You have enough in the savings for a down payment. You have been pre-approved for a home loan. Now it is time to start looking at houses.

Thu, 4 February 2016

Without toll charges, northwest Phnom Penh gains traction

Phnom Penh and Kompong Speu relations have been strengthened after the halt of toll operations on National Road 4, while factories, enterprises, and the population continue to grow, according to property experts and officials.

Thu, 28 January 2016

Effects of Chinese slowdown on Cambodian real estate not all bad

Cambodian experts still find myriads of reasons for and against the impacts that China’s slower-than-anticipated economic growth could have on the Cambodian real estate market while the overall results remain obscure.

Thu, 28 January 2016

Long-awaited Hun Sen Boulevard slated for completion in mid-2016

The much-anticipated Hun Sen Boulevard – which will be the largest road in Phnom Penh once completed – is to be finished in the middle of this year, said Meas Virya, head of ING Holdings technical department.

Thu, 28 January 2016

​Labour shortages as farmers cash in on rising land prices

Despite an overall increase of 39 per cent in rice exports in 2015 compared to 2014, unstable profits garnered from small family-owned farms and the influx of factories are luring farmers away from the agricultural sector as they ai

Thu, 28 January 2016

Slow but steady increase of Japanese retiring in Cambodia

While Cambodia has long been a destination for western expats looking to retire, the Kingdom is becoming increasingly appealing for Japanese retirees looking for a good quality of life at a fraction of the price in their home countr