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Thu, 8 October 2015

Garage gossip

Two big local companies are rumored to build underground parking lots with shopping centers in an attempt to decrease the lack of parking space in a city plagued by insufficient urban planning.

Thu, 8 October 2015

Construction: the most dynamic engine of growth

While the World Bank projects that Cambodia’s GDP growth will slow to 6.9 per cent this year largely due to the underperformance of rice production, the competitive pricing pressure on the garment industry and a slowdown in tourism,

Thu, 8 October 2015

First Asia Property Award ceremony held in Cambodia

Cambodia’s ever-growing property sector will receive recognition from the region as the Asia Property Award Series, a decade old award ceremony, starts looking at developers and developments across the Kingdom for nominees for the f

Thu, 8 October 2015

Government’s plan to develop public housing takes on shape

Phnom Penh’s public housing policy, aimed to provide affordable housing for the middle income class and low income class, is expected to boost the construction sector in Cambodia as an increased population and rapid urbanisation is

Thu, 8 October 2015

Apennines Condominium equips the first-ever car elevator in Cambodia

Aimed to provide high quality construction, convenience and comfortable living, the owner of the Apennines Condominium project has designed a 17-storey building over 600 square metres of land.

Thu, 8 October 2015

Wagering with GRR

Many new property investment opportunities throughout the Kingdom come with guaranteed rental returns (GRR).

Thu, 8 October 2015

Checklist for securing your dream rental

Finding the perfect rental can be a taxing experience. Of course,’s 6000+ rental listings make it effortless to see what is available across the Cambodian rental market.

Thu, 1 October 2015

Ministry’s ‘gentle nature’ leaves unclear endings in the Capital

With the construction industry growing at a dizzying pace as the sound of buzz saws and jack hammers relentlessly permeate the capital while announcements of massive developments become a weekly affair, many unanswered questions rem

Thu, 1 October 2015

Kim Heang elected new president of CVEA

Along with the new president, CVEA prepares for the ASEAN Valuers Association meeting

Thu, 1 October 2015

Investors show confidence in The Peak

After a suit and tie gala event at Sofitel this month that aimed to drum up local support for the newly launched luxury residence The Peak - the most expensive condominium project to date at a tune of $580 million, Rithy Sear, Worl