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Increasing Number of Small Real Estate Companies Cater to Growing Middle Class

Source: Phnom Penh Post | Thu, 04 February 2016, by Moeun Nhean

A few skilled former real estate agents, who have built up their own networks, are taking advantage of their potential and starting their own business in response to the growing middle-class demographic. 774 more words


Sector Unsure Over Construction Law Implementation

Source: Phnom Penh Post | Thu, 04 February 2016, by Hanamariya Halim

Real estate agents, lawyers and architects on Saturday addressed the importance of adopting the long-awaited construction law that would standardise practices and legally enforce building codes to keep up with the booming construction sector, suggesting that the new law could come into effect this year. 808 more words


New Details Slowly Emerge for Phnom Penh’s Master Plan

Source: Phnom Penh Post | Thu,04  February 2016, by Dit Sokthy

The long-awaited Master Plan for Phnom Penh, approved by the Cambodian government this past December, has been welcomed by the real estate sector despite its late approval. 1,087 more words


Without Toll Charges, Northwest Phnom Penh Gains Traction

Source: Phnom Penh Post | Thu, 04 February 2016, by Siv Meng

Phnom Penh and Kompong Speu relations have been strengthened after the halt of toll operations on National Road 4, while factories, enterprises, and the population continue to grow, according to property experts and officials. 257 more words


Families in Ratanakkiri File ELC Complaint

Source: Phnom Penh Post | Thu, 04 February 2016, by Phak Seangly

More than 220 ethnic Tompuon families in Ratanakkiri’s Lumphat district yesterday filed a complaint to rights group Adhoc over a 2,000-hectare land dispute against an economic land concession. 232 more words


Borei Keila Families ‘Forgotten’

Source: Phnom Penh Post | Thu, 04 February 2016, by Khouth Sophak Chakrya

As a municipality-led committee winds down outstanding claims in the Borei Keila land dispute, 24 families who had remained silent during the years-long process out of fears for their government jobs yesterday came forward to say that their previous agreements with authorities had seemingly been forgotten. 215 more words


Land Row Meet Yields no Answers, New Meeting

Source: Phnom Penh Post | Wed, 03 February 2016, by Pech Sotheary

A group of Boeung Chhouk village residents being asked to vacate to make room for a new road met yesterday with a senior Council of Ministers official in a bid to resolve the long-running dispute. 212 more words