THE Vietnamese real estate market remains strong this year since the economy continues to grow robustly and there is a lot of investment flowing into infrastructure, thus attracting both domestic and foreign investors.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held on Thursday for a $230 million 62-storey twin building project in Phnom Penh, scheduled to be completed by 2023.
Condominium supply in Phnom Penh will increase by almost 120 per cent this year, leading to a slight decline in rental prices, according to a forecast report by property firm CBRE Cambodia released on Wednesday.
While Cambodia’s real estate sector is currently seeing strong growth in coastal areas, an industry insider has said the two main international border checkpoint areas, Poipet and Bavet, have also been attracting more investors – bo
ANTICIPATION is building up over who will become the new owner of Lotte Card, a credit card business owned by Korean-Japanese retail conglomerate Lotte Group that has been put up for sale.
INVESTMENT in proptech and start-ups show the path to sustainable growth for Thai property firms, as they look for both additional revenue sources and digital innovations that will help them meet the needs of their customers.
PEOPLE looking for residential property last year were most interested in homes in Quezon City, indicating that the Philippines’ largest city remained the top choice for homebuyers and renters, according to online real estate platform Lamudi.
HO CHI Minh City-based property developers listed their difficulties at a meeting between the Ho Chi Minh City Real Estate Association and city authorities on Wednesday.
Indonesia Real Estate Broker Association (Arebi) chairman Lukas Bong has called on the Indonesian government to relax regulations on property ownership for foreigners to help the country’s property industry grow.
FOREIGN investors have significantly increased their presence in China’s commercial real estate sector, investing 78 billion yuan ($11.5 billion) last year, a record since 2005 and up 61.5 per cent year-on-year, according to recent data.