Cambodia

Property for sale Cambodia
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Homes To Buy in Cambodia
Our international buyers are people that are motivated and many needing find international real estate for investment, relocation, moving abroad, retirement and to buy holiday homes abroad. Used by thousands of people each day we are the place for people looking to invest abroad or make the move overseas. We have thousands of buyers receiving our property alerts and are putting buyers and sellers together everyday.
Why buy property in Cambodia?

Political stability. Although in the past decades the country witnessed war and civil unrest, in recent years the ASEAN member’s socio-political has turned 180 degrees, and it enjoys a relatively peaceful era under Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Macroeconomic stability. Cambodia’s developing economy has an anticipated high-growth outlook.
Low inflation.
Stable exchange rate.
Low debt-to-GDP rate.
Investment incentives. The country has an existing investment law that provides very generous incentives for investors.
Full ownership. Foreign investors can own 100 per cent of their business or enter into joint ventures.
Fluidity. Money can be easily transferred into or out of the country.
Strategic location. The country is located in the heart of ASEAN region.

Buying international real estate
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Selling Cambodia real estate to foreign buyers
Our advice when selling a property from Cambodia  to international buyers is to
Present your property well by using good quality photographs. When writing your description always include how close the property is to major transport links such roads, stations and airports. Always consider who the buyer might be. Many overseas buyers buy property as a second home or investment. In this case think about what the property would offer an investor and holidaymaker. Never over price to test the market! This is one of the biggest mistakes owners make when the sell a property online. Buyers will always compare one property against another and the internet makes this easy to do. Always invite people to make an enquiry so they can learn more about the property for sale. Finally consider taking a video of the property to show potential buyers so they can see fully the property.
Legal advice when buying property abroad

Never sign a contract that is written in another language that you don’t understand without a translation.
Don’t miss out or circumvent any legal procedures for cash benefits offered by the buyer
Research and follow local laws on buying and renting out property
Always get written confirmation of what has been agreed in any negotiations and always insist on a paper (preferably not electronic) receipt for monies paid
Check that the seller or property developer owns the title deeds to the property or land and can transfer them to you. If buying brand new, or partially built, from a developer, check that the title deeds for the property in question actually exist
Check that the deeds to the property or land have not been offered as collateral for any loans
Check whether the owner has outstanding utility bills, local tax demands etc that you may be liable for on purchase of the property
Talk to other property owners in the area or on the development to establish if there are any issues you should be aware of before purchasing (such as floods in winter, lack of water or electricity supplies in summer).

More advice here
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/guidance-for-buying-property-abroad
Selling a property don’t forget about your currency
One of our top tips to people selling and buying a property to people from another country is to research currency exchange methods. Property transactions are all vulnerable to foreign currency exchange rates and small fluctuation can mean huge losses. To negate this risk its always wise to take the advice of a foreign currency specialists who can book rates, provide lowers fees and better rates than many banks. Unless you are buying direct from a developer, before the purchase can go ahead you’ll almost certainly need to open a bank account in the destination country. The aim is to ensure that you get the best exchange rates and that the funds are in the right place when they are needed.
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Cambodia Facts

Capital: Phnom PenhGovernment Type: Multiparty democracy under a constitutional monarchyCurrency: KHRPopulation: 15,205,539Total Area: 69,898 Square Miles181,035 Square KilometersLocation: Southeastern Asia, bordering the Gulf of Thailand, between Thailand, Vietnam, and LaosLanguage: Khmer (official) 95%, French, English
LanguagesKhmer (official) 95%, French, English. The Khmer language comes from an older language called paali, which developed as a successor to Indian Sanskrit. Khmer has 26 vowels and 33 consonants.

Video Guide to Cambodia

Getting along with the Cambodian People
GreetingsOne common greeting is “sok sebai” which means “How are you?”. Common greetings are done by one by placing both hands together in a prayer like position. Persons holding or carrying something may simply bow their heads slightly. Shaking hands is not common in Cambodia.
Where to find more out about Cambodia
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