Property info online

The founder of a new property website, Keuk Narin
The founder of a new property website, Keuk Narin

Property info online

In response to Cambodia’s ever-growing thirst for real estate news, local property expert Keuk Narin in May launched a new website, mlscambodia.com, focusing on the Kingdom’s property sector.

Why did you start this website?
Other countries have similar websites. So does our country, but such a website in our country did not have a singular focus. Our website concentrates only on one focus, and we extract all property news to put into the website.

What sort of information does your website provide?
The website concentrates on property owners, project owners, and real estate agencies. We provide advice for the sector by interviewing property experts in order to allow the public to get information of the situation for property investment. For instance, expatriates or locals who want to buy a home and land in an area, they can learn what documents they have to have and how they can borrow from banks.

When did you start work on it?
The website has been around since last year, but we had not yet opened it officially, for the designation and preparation of the website was not ready for usage. That is the reason that we have just opened it officially. There were only 20 or 30 users before, but now the number of users is about 3,000.

Why should people go to your site?
We allow property companies or agencies, property developers or project owners to spread their news for free, because they can access it easily and the website will have clear information for clients. Investors can contact directly with property agencies or owners to sell or rent via the website. We write articles ... and compile local and international property and lifestyle news.

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