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Phnom Penh apartment for sale

Apartments for Sale in Phnom Penh: Best Places to Invest

Investing in Apartments in Phnom Penh is one of the safest bets one can make. The strong economic growth, the increase of population, the growing standard of living, are just some of the factors that affect the high demand for apartments in Cambodia’s capital. As a direct result of that, Phom Penh’s rental yield is one of the highest in the region, lower only from Indonesia and the Philippines. Continue reading…

villa for sale in indonesia

Buying a Villa in Indonesia: The Ultimate Guide

If you want to buy a villa in Asia, Indonesia is one of the top places to keep in mind. Not only it has a pretty affordable market, but you will be rather impressed with the return on investment as well. One thing to note is that in order to acquire a villa in Indonesia, you will have to be a resident. You can’t buy properties in Indonesia but you can acquire different titles that help you build physical structures on the property or lease it. This might not be the best option, but it really works to your advantage. Continue reading…

Renovating a property in Langkawi

Malaysian banks sometimes hold auctions of distressed property and this should be the first port of call for those considering buying a property in Malaysia or taking on a renovation project in Langkawi. Many units however, are left to fall in disrepair and wind up on auction due to the fact that buyers were hasty in their purchase and ended up with a unit in a bad location, so this should be taken into account. Continue reading…

Renovating Ho Chi Minh City property

According to the authorities Ho Chi Minh City has 152 apartment buildings, occupied by 12,608 inhabitants which are dilapidated. According to a survey by the city’s Department of Construction structures contain a total living space of 618,202 sqm. Among them, 67 buildings are categorised as seriously decayed requiring urgent repair. Beyond the city limits at least 60 per cent of the countrys three million square meters of antiquated apartments most of which were constructed before 1991 are in need of repair, according to the ministrys latest statistics. So there is no shortage of Ho Chi Minh City property projects for those looking to involve themselves in a restoration project. Continue reading…