Land prices in certain Southeast Asian markets witnessed substantial growth, with Bangkok registering the largest growth in residential land index, according to research by Knight Frank.
California-based real estate firm Century 21 enters the emerging Cambodian property market with today’s formal opening of its local operations in the country.
Is Phnom Penh’s property market now at a stage where major condo developments are viable?
Developers of a 100-hectare island development in Phnom Penh, Cambodia—intended to replicate Singapore’s successful Marina Bay Sands complex—highly depend on wealthy Chinese investors for the project’s future.
Oxley Holdings, a leading Singapore-based lifestyle property developer, is joining forces with foreign-based realtors from the Middle East, Japan and the United States to develop a USD1 billion mixed-use project in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Recession possible in Thailand; a real estate rebound in Phnom Penh; and increasing international tourism in this week’s Market round-up.
In the Cambodian coastal town of Kep, blighted and abandoned properties are being restored to their former glory.
Singaporean investment firm Oxley Holdings has teamed up with Cambodian property company to develop a two-storey mixed-use project in Phnom Penh.
Land prices in Phnom Penh have been steadily increasing since the market crash in 2009, according to results from a recent survey.
Phnom Penh’s bourgeoning luxury condominium market is set to welcome its latest addition, De Castle Royal Condominium, in the first quarter of 2014. The 36-storey development, situated in the capital’s Boueng Keng Kang I neighbourhood, is set to comprise 414 units, with asking prices starting from about USD143,000. “De Castle Royal’s location in BKK1 makes [...]
Cambodia’s first luxury branded resort residences, Alila Villas Koh Russey, is set to be exhibited in Hong Kong next month, in an attempt to attract further investment.
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts recently announced it will manage the development of luxury serviced apartments and a hotel at Cambodia’s tallest building Vattanac Tower.
Boeung Keng Kang has continued to blossom since acquiring a reputation as Phnom Penh’s main expatriate enclave in mid-90s. Street 278, the heartbeat of the sangkat (neighbourhood), is now one of the city’s most fashionable streets and maintains its diverse, bohemian vibe, even as the area continues to evolve.
BY LIAM ARAN BARNES Cambodia now offers investors with an adventurous streak the opportunity to develop and own luxurious, yet unique properties in a choice of appealing locations. In the sleepy seaside village of Kep, located on Cambodia’s practically unspoiled coast, life moves at a leisurely pace. With the exception of the occasional tuk-tuk ambling along [...]
Some investors now view private residential property in Cambodia as a potential source for attractive profits, reported channelnewsasia. Industry experts believe relatively cheap private properties and the opportunity for positive returns are the main attraction for overseas investors looking to expand their assets in Cambodia. More than 2,000 new private residential units are scheduled to [...]
The estimated 7 percent growth of Cambodia’s economy is expected to encourage an increase in Phnom Penh office space supply through 2013, industry insiders told local media this week.
Land prices in Cambodia continued to recover during the last half of 2012, following a collapse of the market in 2008, with urban areas seeing the biggest gains, VOA Cambodia reported. The largest price increases are in Phnom Penh, with rentals leading the way and low interest rates offered for homebuyers, but investments in tourism [...]
The term ‘satellite city’ seems to have become synonymous with the Phnom Penh property market in recent years, with a number of peri-urban projects designed to put Cambodia’s capital firmly on the investor radar as an economically progressive city. Scandals, delays and controversies have, however, marred many of these developments
Over one in four Realtors handled at least one international deal last year, and that figure is likely to increase year-on-year as international investors are attracted to low property prices in the US.
The Korean Commercial Arbitration Board has decreed that Hanil Engineering and Construction Co, the developer behind the stalled US$240 million Gold Tower 42 Project, was in breach of contract after failing to provide finances to complete the development.