Yangon’s real estate challenge

After a pause while investors awaited the outcome of elections, the property market in Myanmar’s biggest city is picking up again, but some sectors will do better than others. Myanmar has experienced dramatic changes economically and politically over the past few years. As foreign investors rush to set up shop in the newly open market, […]

Buyers Remain Cautious as Condominium Law Approved By Parliament

Burma’s outgoing Union Parliament on Friday approved a new Condominium Law, clarifying some property regulations and making 40 percent of units available for foreign purchase. Three years in the making, the law is expected to breathe new life into a stagnating real estate market, though industry professionals predict foreign investors still await more reform. Under […]

Yangon Office Space Set to Double as Rent Holds Steady

Yangon’s office space is predicted to more than double last year’s total, reaching over 240,000 square metres by the end of 2015, more than double last year’s total area of 107,864 square metres, according to a report from American real estate services organisation Colliers International. According to the report, 2015 will see the fastest growth […]

Noble Twin Dragons Guides Myanmar Out of the Fog

Jakarta. Myanmar today is like a young lady dressed up and ready to compete after many years of being controlled by her previous reign. Now development is fast-paced and if you blink you may miss the latest changes. It takes strong nerves to handle the challenges, but Noble Twin Dragons, a new rising Myanmar company […]

Upper Scale Hotel Market in Yangon 4Q, 2014

Subscribe to our Myanmar Property Mailing List and get notified immediately whenever we have a new report Research & Forecast Report Yangon | Upper Scale Hotel Market 4Q 2014 Planned influx of foreign operators as tourism sector continues to grow The number of upper-scale hotel rooms in Yangon is expected to grow significantly as over […]

Rich Myanmar people shun Yangon’s property boom to Invest in London

Burma’s richest citizens are taking their money out of the country and investing in upmarket property in London. While foreign investors queue to get into Asia’s so-called “last economic frontier,” millions of dollars are flowing out and into bricks and mortar in the capital of the former colonial rulers, a survey has disclosed. The volume […]