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Cambodia’s economy is on a growth trajectory, with both its population and living standards are rising. But there is a housing dilemma. A house or a villa in central Phnom Penh is not within affordable reach to most of the locals. Although buying properties on the outskirts of town is cheaper, this will give rise to commuting issues on a daily basis. This is why there is strong demand for modern, comfortable, condominiums at strategic locations that provide easy access to the city. The Peak Residences not only plugs this gap, but went a step further by providing enhanced lifestyle options that are so lacking at this point in time and space.

Another tipping point of the city’s growth will be Cambodia’s economic integration into ASEAN in 2015, accelerating the country’s progress and transformation. This is when the floodgates will open and the city will experience its next level of growth in terms of investors and tourists, and ultimately in real estate prices. The introduction of The Peak Offices will help to fill the increasing shortage of premium business space in the core city centre, providing the perfect solution to many international companies which are coming in to ride the wave of economic growth.

Apart from profits in capital gain and rental yield, what gives deeper meaning to investing in The Peak is the opportunity to improve the lifestyles of a people, and to contribute in the growth and modernisation of their country.

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Chinese investors to provide property boost in 2019 in Cambodia - The NationPhnom Penh - While investment capital in Cambodia’s construction sector showed a nearly 20 per cent decline last year compared to 2017, a group of industry insiders are optimistic that the sector will recover this year, boosted by an inflow of Chinese tourists and investors. Chailin Sear Realty Co Ltd CEO Chailin Sear said the sector is now reaching a new chapter with the influx of Chinese people, which is providing impetus to Cambodia’s real estate sector to grow virtually nationwide. Preah Sihanouk province is currently experiencing high growth and this is expected to impact other coastal provinces, especially Kampot. “The increase in Chinese will make Cambodia’s real estate prices more robust,” he said, adding that despite Cambodia’s real estate sector currently lagging behind neighbouring countries, it will see strong growth for the next four to five years. Last year, the Kingdom approved a total of 2,867 projects valued at more than $5.22 billion, down 18.66 per cent from $6.42 billion in 2017, according to the 2018 Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction annual report. Khmer Foundation Appraisals president and CEO Noun Rithy said economic and tourism growth, particularly Chinese tourists and investors, will “make the real estate market more positive” in the Kingdom this year. Demand and property prices will continue to increase, especially in coastal areas and border areas, he added, saying the sector may see a 15 to 20 per cent increase in the capital and coastal provinces. However, Key Real Estate Co Ltd director Sorn Seap believed the sector was more likely to see an increase of just five to 10 per cent this year, both in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap province. “For coastal provinces, land prices already reached their peak last year, so we cannot predict if it will grow to the same extent,” he said. With the real estate and construction sector boom, the central government collected nearly $100 million in revenue last year. While the ministry’s report showed that it also collected more than $97.6 million in revenue from the sector last year, an increase from $93 million in 2017. Ann Sothida, director of CBRE Cambodia – which provides rental services, office building management and commercial centres – also expressed optimism for the market. “The increase in new companies and the slight increase in office and commercial space supply will make prices rise slightly. Overall, the market will remain healthy,” she said. Source: https://elevenmyanmar.com/news/chinese-investors-to-provide-property-boost-in-2019-in-cambodia-the-nation-asianewsnetwork Looking at the recent trend, the demand and prices of Cambodia's real estate this year 2019 will likely increase. And this may continue for the next few years especially with closer and better ties between Cambodia and China. Property Update: The Peak Retail Mall units are selling fast! Price starts from from USD 1xxK. Contact us now! ...

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Cambodia poised for stellar 2019Cambodia won’t stay hidden from international investors for much longer. Announcements have been circulating that GDP growth will be at 7% for 2018. Cambodia’s been growing this fast since the global crisis of 2008-2009. In fact, two different online investor publications in the last month have named Cambodia as one of the best places in Asia to lay down money. Check here and here. Both say there’s enormous potential in the region. As 2019 dawns we look back at the last decade of amazing success. Consistent growth in Cambodia has led it to become a “new tiger economy.” Seven percent growth each year is outstanding for a developing nation. But what’s in the cards for this year? Steady growth through 2020 has already been projected. What’s more, foreign investment in the Kingdom keeps ramping up. A few key factors that will come to define the property sector in 2019. There will be a boost to human resources. A new real estate school has already been established. Companies here are raising the bar for professionalism. Growing tech systems will play a larger part in the industry. Realestate.com.kh’s own CRM is already bringing agencies to the cutting edge. Adoption is quick and the country is more connected than ever. These systems will boost efficiency and productivity. Finally, regulators have embraced an open-minded perspective when setting the rules. Both the government and industry bodies want the sector to grow. They are committed to listening and working through challenges. Back to school Pushing education is, of course, a major priority in the Kingdom. The real estate sector is no different. Experts have called for a boost to human resources. In fact, in our yearly survey, nearly 40% of respondents called for more standardised agent licences and training. The real estate program at the University of Economics and Finance (UEF) is doing a lot to raise the standards. Bun Chhay, board member at UEF, said the school is already admitting the second generation of students to its real estate agency and valuation program. The program began in August after a partnership was signed between the university and Cambodian Valuers and Estate Agents Association (CVEA). “Over the course of 2018, we trained 400 students and prepared them for a range of careers in the real estate industry. Many have already be fully certified and have their licences from the Ministry of Economy and Finance,” he said, adding that many had learned to be real estate agents, property managers or valuation agents. Chhay said that the program was generating plenty of interest. He pointed out that within the next 10 years they planned to be offering full Master’s degrees in real estate. Let’s get professional As activity in the Kingdom’s real estate sector ramps up, customers want more professionalism. They expect better service and faster results. Indeed, international buyers expect service to be on par with countries like Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia. Realestate.com.kh itself has brought a new enterprise solution to the market that will take the industry to a new level. The customer relationship management system, dubbed RealestateCRM, is meant to be an all-in-one tool for local agents. “The tagline of the project is ‘work smarter not harder,’ the system will keep information centralised. It will save agents both time and money,” said Pheara Moeun, the company’s CRM manager. According to Mathew Care, CEO of Digital Classifieds Group, Realestate.com.kh’s parent company, the CRM is professionalising the market for agents. “There was a huge demand for a service of this king from Cambodia’s agents. It’s a tool they can use to build their businesses and we already have 50 major clients and over 15,000 listings,” he said. When asked how the Cambodia market is different from others that DCG operated in such as Laos, Fiji and Mongolia, Care said the Kingdom shifted and adapted incredibly fast. “There are a few key market segments in Cambodia, such as Chinese buyers, local buyers and Western buyers. Each one needs to be reached and communicated to in a unique way. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach,” he added. In a digital world Tech inclusion is rapidly sweeping across Cambodia. Data from the Mekong Business Initiative's 2017 report on Cambodia fintech showed there were over 7.1 million internet users that year, which represented a growth of 40% over 2016. What’s more, nearly all of those internet users are currently active on social media. It’s no surprise then, that companies are relying more and more on digital outlets to reach customers. B2B Cambodia, BizKhmer, Business Cambodia and Thmey Thmey are growing in influence and becoming major sources of information in the country. Realestate.com.kh is also one of the leaders of this group, bringing daily news updates, guides and tons of other resources to Cambodia’s internet users. We host over 25,000 listings and consistently get more than 20,000 pageviews per day. We even put together a full list of the tech that is set to reshape real estate in the coming year. Flexible leadership Cambodian regulators are supportive of real estate industry growth. Indeed, they have embrace dialogue with industry figures. Chrek Soknim, the general manager of Century 21 Mekong, was last month named as the new head of the Cambodia Valuers and Estate Agents Association (CVEA). He mentioned during the announcement ceremony that bolstering human resources would be a priority during his two-year term. "The world’s economic growth remains strong, and the Asean’s economy will be on the rise. For Cambodia, I am still optimistic about the real estate market over the course of 2019. The market will continue to grow in all aspects related to residential, commercial, and property management, including houses, condos, apartments, boreys and land," Soknim told Realestate.com.kh during an interview this week. "China is still the leading investment country in Cambodia, following by Japan, and European countries." The new normal All in all, experts are expecting this to be another year of positive growth building on previous success. New challenges will come, yes, but there's a new crop of professionals ready to face them. Source: https://www.realestate.com.kh/news/2019-real-estate-outlook/ Consistent growth in Cambodia which GDP hovers around 7% has led it to become a "new tiger economy". With the nation's flexible leadership and support on the real estate sector, we expect to still see a good growth in the property sector too. Check out the Retail Mall at The Peak @Cambodia w/ NETT 55% over 10 yrs rental guaranteed! Click here. ...

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Property price growth slowsReal estate prices in the Kingdom’s major cities only saw small increases last year, though land prices in coastal provinces saw a sharp increase, according to a second-half 2018 Key Real Estate Co Ltd report obtained by The Post on Wednesday. Land prices in Siem Reap town ranged from $100 to $5,500 per sqm, an increase of around five to 10 per cent compared to 2017, according to the report. Key Real Estate Co Ltd director Sorn Seap said prices in central Siem Reap town did not experience similar increases as the area is already well-developed and near its peak. He added that Preah Sihanouk province saw much larger increases in comparison due to its lower base level of development and the influx of Chinese investors and tourists. “The situation in Siem Reap town and Phnom Penh is similar because both places have already been developed,” he said, adding that high-rise building applications are also restricted owing to Siem Reap being a conservation area. Cambodian Valuers and Estate Agents Association president Chrek Soknim said the provincial sector remains healthy despite the lower increases. “An increase of this level may be good for the sector. The increase was consistent with regional and Cambodian economic growth,” he said. He said the volume of hotels, guesthouses, supermarkets and commercial centre projects in Siem Reap town is gradually rising. On Tuesday, Angkor Enterprises published a press release of their own saying the Angkor Archaeological Park welcomed 2.59 million tourists last year, up 5.45 per cent compared to 2017. This generated more than $116.64 million in revenue, up eight per cent on the previous year. Source: https://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-property/property-price-growth-slows Despite slower in property growth last year, the country forecasted strong gdp and open door foreign policies are still going to fuel the market in the coming year. Check out The Peak @ Cambodia! CapitaLand will be managing the Retail Mall with NETT 55% Over 10Years Rental Guaranteed! ...

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Reaping new benefits: Experts bullish on Temple TownDespite the general consensus that the property market in Siem Reap has slowed down, many experts are bullish on the potential of the area. In fact, some speculate that the market is simply catching up to changing market demographics. They say the low prices won’t last long. Tourism taking off As the home of Angkor Wat, one of the country’s biggest tourist draws, Siem Reap relies heavily on the hospitality sector. According to Angkor Enterprise, the custodial organisation for the park, the number of visitors nearly hit 2.5 million in 2017. Indeed, numbers are set to rise, as is foreign and domestic investment. The Council for the Development of Cambodia noted that in 2016 $1.4 billion worth of investments were made in the tourism industry. But tourist demographics have been shifting rapidly over the past few years. Arrivals from China are dominating the charts, they surpassed one million last year. In fact, the number of Chinese travellers grew by over 30% from 2016 to 2017. For more in-depth data, check out our annual real estate survey. What’s more, many hospitality businesses were previously focused on Western customers. As that market shrinks, many have been left in the dust. Leaning toward luxury Phin Vanna, CEO of Camglobe Realtor in Siem Reap, noted that larger hotels—those with more than 100 rooms—have seen a massive influx of Asian tourists, especially Chinese nationals. “Boutiques, guesthouses and homestays have not grown as fast as large-scale hotels,” Vanna said, adding that the number of Western visitors to the area has gone down by about 50%. The number of Chinese tourists, he claimed, has doubled in recent years. He mentioned that most groups from China come as a part of packaged tours. Indeed, many say large-scale hotels are the most fertile section of the market. Phy Sophov, general manager of Ring Boutique Hotel, said that despite growing numbers, the market is in the midst of a cooling down period. Large-scale luxury hotels have the most room for growth, he claimed. “The market is still relatively strong and developers can profit as long as they bring something unique for their clients,” Sophov pointed out. The solution, industry figures say, is to bring more specialisation to the industry. Certainly, property developers are already bringing more condos and boreys to the residential market. This is a move to attract both expat renters, as well as middle- and upper-class Cambodians. Divide and conquer Business owners do, in fact, seem to be changing their strategies to focus in on certain market segments. Check out our in-depth article about mounting competition in the hotel market to learn more. “Last year, 30 new boutique hotels were built nearby Damnak pagoda,” noted Charles Evans, director of Siem Reap’s Cambodia Property Shop. Boutique and eco-resorts are two fairly new types of businesses that have been expanding in recent years. On the other hand, many have called for a boost to professionalism in the industry as competition heats up. Charles Richard Evans, owner of Cambodia Property Shop (CPS), said: “I have been here for the last 10 years. The market now is less vibrant than it was in 2015, 2016, even 2017 … I have seen too many failures by inexperienced operators who do not follow the legal process and fail to conduct due diligence before they make a purchase or rental.” Data from Realestate.com.kh’s annual survey back up these sentiments in the residential and commercial markets. Over a third of all respondents said they wanted to see compulsory real estate agent certification. Bullish prospects Choch Cho, the founder of Siem Reap Property Services, said that prices in the local property sector have declined over the past six months, but are now relatively stable. He predicted that they would stabilise, and could turn bullish in as little as half a year. It shouldn’t be forgotten that we are currently headed into high season for tourism in the Kingdom. This comes on the heels of announcements that GDP growth is projected to hit 7% yet again for this year. Source: https://www.realestate.com.kh/news/Reaping-new-benefits-in-Siem-reap/ Phnom Penh the capital city of Cambodia is still experiencing good demand from both local and foreign investors as the main business and financial activities are still happening in this area. Check out The Peak! CapitaLand will be managing the Retail Mall at The Peak with NETT 55% Over 10Years Rental Guaranteed. ...

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Buying pre-selling properties in Cambodia: Pros and ConsIf you’ve ever been to Phnom Penh, chances are, you’ve seen ads upon ads that seemingly shout at you from every street if they had voices. But even with the ads screaming at you, there seems to be a sort of seduction in what they’re offering. Reduced down payment, low interest rates, and a very attractive location. There’s just one catch: the property you’re set out to buy is actually pre-selling! Now, if you’re scratching your head, then you’re probably wondering what that means. So, exactly what does pre-selling mean and how does it affect you? Realestate.com.kh breaks them all down for your convenience. What is a pre-selling property? A pre-selling property is a property released for sale in the market at any stage before the development is completed. This is otherwise known as an off-plan property. Pre-selling properties exist for a few reasons. Other developers offer it to finance the construction of the project, while others offer it for an assurance that all units are sold before construction is completed. Some developers do it for both reasons too. But buying pre-selling properties has its fair share of advantages and risks too. What are the advantages of Buying pre-selling properties in Cambodia? It’s more affordable – off-plan properties are mostly, if not always, cheaper than buying units that are ready for occupancy (RFO). This is because you won’t be able to use the home just yet! As a reward for trusting the developer, buyers are given extra privileges in the form of a low-cost purchase amount and more flexible payment terms. So, you can pay for the property in installment as well with little to no interest. Other developers also do special promos for early buyers, making the property all the more attractive. They’re great investments – Pre-selling properties mostlyincrease in value as it nears completion. This can be used to the buyer’s advantage. For example, if you buy a property now in its pre-selling stage and it’s selling price is $120,000, in about two to three years, once it’s completed, the value can go up to around $150,000. That’s a $30,000 profit for doing nothing except wait for the development to be completed. But of course, you have to do your study on the property first. You have more options – Since the property is in its pre-selling stage, not a lot of people have gone on to inspect the property and buy it. So, as a buyer of off-plan properties, you have more freedom in choosing your unit type, where it’s facing, what floor it’s in, and other similar factors. With RFO units, this is hardly the case. You’re stuck with manageable units, at best. The Risks of Buying pre-selling properties in Cambodia Changing Terms - Pre-sale contracts can be ambiguous and vague sometimes and can be subject to further changes, either legally or through a technicality or loopholes. The risk that comes with this is, is that you might actually get a unit that’s very different from what you were promised. This includes changes in material, location, layout, size, and finishing. And since you signed the contract, you’re left with nothing to do but either live with it. What some people do is they have these units rented out for profit as a means to defer disappointment. Time Management – A delay in completion and turnover is another risk an investor must look into. Sometimes, pre-sale contracts contain delay clauses that frees the developer from responsibility for turning it up on time. That’s why it’s important to always check the contract. Financial loss – If a developer goes bankrupt or the project doesn’t push through,you’re usually left with nothing. Sure, you can sue them, but that will take quite some time and funding. And most of the time, legal cases in Cambodia run at a slow pace. Sketchy representatives – Since the property is on its pre-selling stage, you run the risk of running into scammers who only plan to take your money and disappear. And if that’s not the case, some developments also run the risk of hiring corrupt representatives that manipulate pricing on presentations. Tips when Buying pre-selling properties in Cambodia Even with these apparent risks, the good can definitely outweigh the bad if you know what you’re doing and what you’re looking for. So, here are a few things to keep in mind when scouting for properties and you just happen to run across a pre-selling one. 1. Look for developers with a good reputation. Put a bit of muscle into it and do your research. 2. Look for reputable agents (Realestate.com.kh has a lot of them). 3. Get a good lawyer to run through the contract with you to check for any inconsistencies or unfair clauses. 4. Hire services of licensed brokers to assist you with the process. 5. Verify the legitimacy of the developer with related government agencies and ministries such as the Ministry of Land Management Urban Planning and Construction. Pre-selling properties are great ways to get the most out of your money. With proper precautions and a bit of research combined with these tips, you can make that money grow even further until the next property comes along. Source: https://www.realestate.com.kh/news/Buying-pre-selling-properties-in-Cambodia/ I hope these article will help you decide and understand the risks of buying pre-selling properties in Cambodia. Otherwise, With a proper research, you can make your money grow even further! If you are having a hard time deciding which property are you going to buy. Don't hesitate to contact us @ GODirect Developer Website! 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Capital’s apartments set to triple by 2030Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon and Tuol Kork districts will continue to see investment in apartments, while Sen Sok will become a new target market, as the number of apartments in Phnom Penh is set to almost triple by 2030. According to a report issued on Tuesday by property firm VTrust Appraisal, Chamkarmon district ranks first in terms of apartment numbers, with 5,820 units spread across 230 projects, equivalent to 64 per cent of the total supply. It is followed by Tuol Kork district with 1,446 units across 56 projects, 16 per cent of the market. Prampi Makara and Daun Penh districts have 635 units and 590 units respectively, according to the report. VTrust Appraisal’s research director Hoem Seiha said Sen Sok district is transforming into an important new commercial area, making it attractive as the next investment target. “Sen Sok is drawing the attention of institutions. Obviously, big projects are coming up there,” he said. Phnom Penh currently has 355 apartment projects encompassing 9,021 units, which will almost triple to 28,000 units by 2030, according to the report. Seiha said that the supply of apartments across Phnom Penh will grow at a 10 per cent compound annual growth rate, meaning an average 1,580 new units will be added to the market per year between now and 2030. “The apartment market in Cambodia will improve, especially average level apartments that will attract more domestic customers, as the population and urban traffic become denser,” he said. Seiha said his conclusions are based on a number of factors such as demographic growth, the number of foreigners coming to live and work in Phnom Penh, economic growth, political stability, increasing Chinese investment and tourism, and changes in Cambodian attitudes. “Currently, some condominium investors have upgraded their projects to be apartments because the sale of condos may be difficult,” he said. CEO of Cambodia Angkor Real Estate Ping Serey said that over the next five years, the apartment market will continue to grow as more Cambodians choose to live in apartments. Currently in Phnom Penh, one-bedroom apartments have an average rent of $400-$600 per month. Two-bedroom apartments average $800-$1,200 per month and three-bedroom apartments $1,500-$3,000. In the fourth quarter of 2018, the total occupancy rate of Phnom Penh’s apartments was 84 per cent. Source: https://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-property/capitals-apartments-set-triple-2030 The increasing number of activities in the property construction sector is a good sign that the economy is robust and attracting many foreign companies and investments. With so many developments to choose from, is important to choose one that stands out in terms of developer, location, concept and quality. The Peak Residences built by Singapore public listed Developer, Oxley is a 4 in 1 rare integrated development with 5 Star Shangri-La Hotel and World Famous Capitaland Shopping Mall. Click here to find out more... ...

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The Point community mall and office building announced for 2019Plans for a six-storey mixed-use building, named The Point, were announced on Wednesday. The $7 million investment is set to be located along Mao Tse Toung Boulevard and is scheduled to be completed by the end of next year. To be constructed on more than 1ha, it will be used as a community mall and office building with 2,200sqm allotted for a community mall and 9,200sqm for Grade B offices. Designed by local firm Re-Edge Architecture + Design, The Point will be used as a shopping centre and have a food court on the ground floor while the remaining floors will be used as offices. ‘A transition’ 3DS Property Management Co Ltd shareholder Thong Sovann Raingsey, who has invested in The Point, said there are currently many office buildings in Phnom Penh but most of them lack recreational facilities, shopping malls and ample parking. “We will make The Point a transition between accommodation and workplace. Before we go home from work, we can go shopping or sight-seeing and then continue our journey home,” she said. She said the project will be environmentally-friendly and befitting of the living-standards of modern civilisation through high-tech equipment and security technologies. Around the time of the announcement, Parkway, a nearby office building, announced that it is scheduled to close. CBRE’s country director in Cambodia Ann Sothida said economic growth has made the Grade B office market very lucrative at present. The Point’s location will bring it a lot of success. Lucrative market “I think The Point will be successful as it is difficult to find a mixed-use building with a community mall and office space,” she said. A CBRE Cambodia research report found that by the end of the third quarter this year, office buildings in Phnom Penh totalled about 360,000sqm – up 4.7 per cent from the second quarter. Office buildings in the capital are set to reach nearly 400,000sqm by the end of this year, according to the report. Occupancy rates for Grade A office buildings are around 68 per cent, Grade B office buildings around 90 per cent and Grade C office buildings at 92 per cent, said the report. Monthly rental prices are from $28-$38 per sqm for Grade A offices, $18-28 for Grade B and $10-18 for Grade C. The Point will be built in front of the Chinese Embassy and will be located in Chamkarmon district’s Tuol Svay Prey I commune in the capital.. This is where The Peak is also located, The Peak is a 55-storey freehold integrated development which houses an office tower, the country's first Shangri-La Hotel, two luxury residential towers with 1,014 apartment units and the mall.. Click here to know more about this development. ...

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Listed real-estate companies on riseThe number of listed real-estate companies in Cambodia continues to increase due to the sector’s growth in the Kingdom, data from the Cambodian Valuers and Estate Agents Association (CVEA) said. CVEA figures show that its membership has increased from 96 companies early this year to 107, 18 of which are foreign-owned. CVEA secretary-general Moth Vanneth said growth is boosting competition in the sector. “To gain market share, each company must respect the law and strengthen its services by working professionally to gain their clients’ trust." “The growth of these member companies shows progress in the Cambodian property market as well as an understanding of the importance of obeying the law." “I expect that by the end of this year, the number of association members will increase to 110 companies,” he said. Vanneth said the CVEA’s foreign members are from China, Malaysia, the US and Singapore. But, there are also many unregistered companies operating in the market. At the Century 21 Cambodia real-estate annual meeting held last weekend, its CEO Grace Rachny Fong said the Kingdom’s real-estate sector is currently attracting investors from many countries around the world. She said foreign tourists and travelling investors are all beneficial for national economic growth. “This is the first time such a big event has been organised in Cambodia. The event has helped spread the potential of the Cambodian real-estate and construction sectors to the world,” Fong said. Cambodia is the 75th country to open franchises of the US-based Century 21. Other international real-estate companies doing business in Cambodia include – CBRE Cambodia, Knight Frank LLP, Keller Williams Realty Inc and ERA Real Estate. Source: https://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-property/listed-real-estate-companies-rise Several on-going construction projects fill in the Phnom Penh city. Click here to view more upcoming overseas projects ...

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