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International property investment is a booming market, to say the least. In the USA, international property buyers invested more than $90 billion in the country just last year; the Chinese are predicted to invest $114 billion in offshore real estate before the end of this year; Russian property investors spend over $12 billion every year on overseas real estate. And in Australia, foreign investment in real estate has risen two fold in just three years. Meanwhile, international buyers are particularly motivated to secure property in foreign markets, with around 60 per cent buying property with cash up-front.

The world is changing fast, and people are happier than ever to live, work and invest outside of their home nations.In fact, according to the United Nations, around 3.2 per cent of the world’s population has already made the move to live outside their country of origin. This is one reason the international property market is getting hotter every day.

At , through our “Featured Listings” package for real estate agents and developers , we easily and automatically help Cambodian property sellers enter the lucrative international property market, make international real estate connections and, ultimately, sell property to wealthy international buyers – all without having to leave their computer chair.

While 75 percent of traffic to is from Cambodian users, the rest of our visitors are from countries with a strong interest in Cambodian real estate. We also help international property agents share their listings with Cambodians interested in investing in international real estate.

How do we push your property listings around the globe? has a partnership with ListGlobally: a leading international property portal, trusted by thousands of real estate professionals and international property investors around the world. ListGlobally connects listings from to a network of leading international property portal websites around the world, covering more than 50 countries in 5 continents! This makes life easy for property developers and owners based in Cambodia, looking to sell or rent property - especially Apartments, SOHO’s and condominium units - to foreign investors.

By choosing our “Featured Listings” option when you register as a property seller with, all of your listings will be co-listed on 50+ international property portal websites around the globe, targeted to countries with a high relevance to Cambodia - including: Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, India, France, United Kingdom, Australia, US, Thailand and many more. They are published in the international properties section of these portals and are even translated for each international portal as need be.

Get your international property listing on today , and open up a world of property sales opportunities. Or, check out our “International Properties” section on if you want to search for an investment property outside of Cambodia. Or feel free to contact us directly at [email protected] or +855 (0)17436756.


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