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What does the recent rejuvenation of the ‘old lakeside’ mean for property development?

Thu, 23 July 2015

Local Developers learn from international experts, as the construction law nears

Currently, the term “International Standard Development,” increasingly touted in Cambodia, means bringing an international team of sub-contractors to Cambodia who understand and practice these standards, said Elain Younn, Director o

Thu, 23 July 2015

Bavet City road expansion to be completed by 2016

While Bavet City has long been known as a thoroughfare for tourists crossing into Vietnam, as well for its ample amount of casinos and hotels, recent infrastructure projects aim to develop the city into a more viable hub for transpo

Thu, 23 July 2015

‘Cheap’ land prices attract foreign investment

Although land prices in and around Phnom Penh have been surging, it has yet to negatively affect the levels of foreign investment as investors still see a cheap market compared to neighboring countries.

Thu, 23 July 2015

Unlicensed, online agents under scrutiny

The government’s ongoing campaign to crack down on unlicensed real estate players has shifted to the online world, although whether that will be enough to clean up the sector remains to be seen, according to industry insiders.

Thu, 23 July 2015

Condo Sales Decline in the first half of 2015

Condominium sales have seen a decline in the first half of 2015, despite the rise of supply in the market. Due to the high rate of competition in the market, the demand for condominiums is currently being met, a recent study says.

Thu, 23 July 2015

How to choose the right Cambodian real estate agent

Selling or renting a property that you own is unlike any other transaction we undertake in life; after all, most people’s biggest asset is their home.

With Safari World being relocated to Phnom Penh, those in the tourism industry expect it to draw a steady crowd.
Thu, 16 July 2015

Koh Kong Safari World will be moved to Phnom Penh

As the northern areas of Phnom Penh are quickly being developed, tycoon Ly Yong Phat is preparing to relocate his Safari World animal park from Koh Kong to Garden City, a satellite city located on the outskirts of Phnom Penh along N

On weekends, families gather outside of their homes around their low-income housing units.
Thu, 16 July 2015

Rent control law unknown to those most affected

Although the National Assembly has recently passed a rent control law aimed at protecting low-income earners and students, some of those who could be impacted the most are not aware of what this legislation could mean for them if it

Security professionals warn that construction sites allow for the increased risk of break-ins.
Thu, 16 July 2015

Construction boom raises risk of break-ins, says expert

The strong growth in the economy has largely coincided with the construction boom in Phnom Penh and all over Cambodia.