Aesthetics have and will always play a major part in a consumer’s decision to purchase a product, be it clothes, furniture, or even a fully outfitted home. Besides the ocular appeal, quality comes in at a very close second. With so many easily imitated and duplicated products out there, it is easy to replicate a high-quality-looking item. However, when it comes down to the real deal of sealing the purchase, quality and trust are part of the jury. Marketing manager of Urbanland – responsible for developing high-end condos Embassy Residences and Embassy Central – Victor Huot, gives Post Property more insight into this oft-overlooked aspect.
With more developers and more construction in Phnom Penh’s real estate market than ever before, there is inevitably more competition.
While standing out in a crowded market is never an easy task, property developers are placing even more emphasis on making the best first impression with prospective buyers via their showrooms.
Phnom Penh’s skyline is changing with fierce velocity, with massive new developments gracing the city every year. Residential projects remain attractive options for investors, while the rising number of multinational firms entering the Cambodian market has heightened demand for high-end offices. All in all, Cambodia has one of the most vibrant real estate markets in the region.
Urbanland is firmly setting themselves above the competition when it comes to Phnom Penh inner city design and residential development. Their hugely successful Embassy Residences project, set for completion by the end of 2016, has sold 90% of all its available units. This year also heralds the upcoming launch of their second condominium project, Embassy Central. Mostly through word of mouth and exclusive networking and open house events, Embassy Central has steadily seen increased buzz and interests from buyers and investors.
Cambodian developer Urbanland takes Phnom Penh’s burgeoning urban lifestyle by the reins
As Phnom Penh’s skyline slowly but steadily adds skyscraping condominiums to its traditionally intricate pagoda finials, developers from numerous countries and of various sizes are rushing to grab a piece of the residential landscape pie.
It’s the biggest event in Cambodian real estate, since, well, ever. Tonight the industry celebrated the best of the best of the Cambodia property sector together with a guest list that included nearly 300 of the kingdom’s top professionals and leaders such as His Excellency Dr. Pen Sophal, representative of His Excellency Senior Minister Im Chhun Lim.
The country’s leading developers go head-to-head in the region’s biggest real estate awards programme.
Nominees for the Cambodia installment of the Asia Property Awards, which rewards the region’s finest real estate, were announced today, and include some of the country’s most established and emerging developers and developments.