Tag Archives: Phnom Penh

Top Real Estate Agencies in Phnom Penh: The Ultimate Guide

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Phnom Penh is the capital and the business hub of Cambodia, attracting many foreigners who want to invest in this emerging market. With an annual economic growth of 7%, a young workforce and pro-foreign policy, it’s not strange why both locals and foreigners have decided to open up property agencies here.

But it’s not always easy to find an agency that suits your needs and that cater you in the best way. Therefore, I’ve written this article where I list some of the biggest agencies in Phnom Penh and tell you more about their founders, services and more. Let’s have a look.

Introductory remark

The real estate agencies are listed in a random order.

1. IPS

David Murphy established IPS in 2009 and it’s currently one of the biggest and most reputable agencies in Phnom Penh. During his career, he’s owned a hotel for several years, managed to become a licensed Valuer in Cambodia and prior to that worked with infrastructure development projects.

David has managed to create a team that consists of both local nationals and foreigners that speak a number of languages.

Property types

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Buying a Condo in Phnom Penh: A Beginners Guide

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Cambodia is growing fast economically and has attracted many foreign corporations in the past years.

With an influx of many Chinese buyers and expats (that needs housing), prices have increased much.

Cambodia provides great yields and experienced early investors have managed to earn decent money through property investments.

In this article I explain the basics when buying a condo in Phnom Penh.

Phnom Penh’s property market

Property prices have increased fast in Phnom Penh the past years. So fast, so that the local economy has difficulties to catch up.

I would be lying if not saying that Phnom Penh is facing a new property bubble, within a short time. Or maybe not, if the Chinese continue to pour in, driving up the prices…

It’s a similar scenario as we see with Bitcoin, very volatile, but continuously climbing higher.

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