Property Research

CBRE Cambodia Research Services provides information and analysis of economic, capital and real estate sector conditions and trends. The Company’s own extensive database, market knowledge and expertise provide the most reliable, updated and comprehensive assessments of the Cambodian property market available.

Our research team is closely linked to the agency team in Cambodia, providing it with an unsurpassed wealth of knowledge on the key factors influencing the local market. In addition to data gleaned from the largest volume of transactions in the Cambodian market, our research team also conducts its own field surveys, which are then combined with the latest secondary data from governmental and private agencies to create overall market studies used by our clients to predict future trends and model their behavior accordingly.

Key real estate decisions have been made by leading financial institutions, property developers and operators, private owners, equity partners, property funds and investors, based on the market intelligence and statistics highlighted by CBRE Cambodia Research Services.

In addition to our market-leading coverage of breaking news and defining trends in the Cambodian property sector, CBRE Research Services collects data and publishes research across various sectors from regional and global markets.

 

Office Finding Service For Occupiers

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We are offering an new office finding service for tenants in Phnom Penh.  Although Cambodia is a business-friendly country, international companies wishing to establish a new office in Phnom Penh can find the experience daunting and time-consuming for the following reasons:

  • Most buildings are still marketed in-house by the landlord instead of external property agents.  This means new occupiers are not always aware of the full array of office buildings available in Phnom Penh, some of which can represent very good value for money for cost-sensitive occupiers.
  • Not everything is transparent e.g. landlord’s quoted floor areas can include a proportion the common parts, meaning occupiers are confused as to what is the useable office floor area.
  • There are many additional occupational costs to consider aside from the rent and service charge, which are not always explained clearly to the tenant until it is too late.

CBRE has acted for a number of international companies when sourcing new office space.  We act solely for the occupier and guide them through the entire process from locating the office to the lease signing to the office fit-out.  In particular, we can:

  • Gather all salient information for a range of office buildings including: pictures  together with the floor plans, rent, service charge, electricity cost, air-conditioning details etc.
  • CBRE would show you around a short-list of 3 office buildings for you to inspect;
  • We provide an excel spreadsheet comparing your preferred 3 buildings to help you make a decision.
  • We then carry out the inevitably time-consuming negotiations on your behalf;
  • We would liaise with the Landlord, his lawyers and your lawyers/fit-out contractors to ensure the transaction proceeds smoothly.

In short, we seek to remove a large part of the hassle of sourcing new offices in Cambodia particularly if no company representative is based permanently yet in Phnom Penh.

Some of our recent office occupier clients include:

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For more information about this service, contact Chris Hobden or Philip Scott on +855 (0) 23 964 099 / cambodia@cbre.com.

Let CBRE do the hard work and find the perfect office for you!