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Cambodia Real Estate Show returns by popular demand

08-Aug-2017


Property Report

Fresh off the success of its maiden outing this year, the Cambodia Real Estate Show has added new dates on 6 and 7 October at the NagaWorld Hotel in Phnom Penh. 

The May show drew around 3,000 participants and yielded more than USD3 million in real estate sales over a two-day span, prompting developers and agencies to call on event organiser Realestate.com.kh, Cambodia’s leading real estate search website, for an encore engagement.

Speakers at the May event included Sok Siphana and Matthew Rendall, partners at Sok Siphana & Associates (a member of ZicoLaw); Anthony Galliano, CEO of Cambodian Investment Management (CIM); and Simon Griffiths, general manager at Metro Global Pte Ltd. 

“The key benefit of our real estate show is that it closes the gap between the investor and the opportunity,” Tom O’Sullivan, CEO of Realestate.com.kh, said in a statement. “When investors from throughout the region and world arrive in Phnom Penh for our real estate show, they will feel, smell and touch Cambodia; and they will see the drastic changes happening here in terms of construction and real estate development.

"They will also understand the infrastructural improvements that are transforming the country into an economic hub. This exposure to Cambodia will give them confidence to invest in property here.”

One exhibitor, Japanese developer Creed Group, achieved 21 unit bookings and reservations for completed projects in the kingdom, as well as its upcoming Arata Garden Residences. Similarly, NC Max World Real Estate Development, which represented such projects as The View and East One Apartments, generated a “significant number” of direct sales and “good-quality leads” to prospective buyers, reported company vice-president Laurence Hamilton.

“We are looking forward to the next event organized by the Realestate.com.kh team,” he said. 

Panel debates on the most urgent topics gripping the Khmer real estate and construction industry will take centre stage at the October event. Various educational seminars will be on hand for participants who need a more nuanced understanding of the Khmer market and the legal intricacies therein.

Sessions will be conducted in English, Khmer and Chinese for the first time.

“Education of the market and protecting our customers long term interests is always a prime concern,” O’Sullivan said.  

Register for free to attend the show here.

For sponsorship or exhibitor opportunities at the Cambodia Real Estate Show, please contact mily.bonanza@realestate.com.kh or call +855 98 67 67 82 


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