The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 26 July 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Putting up with property near the port

Waterfront locations are highly sought-after for real estate developments, and Yangon's port is no exception.

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Yangon market tepid ahead of govt action

Yangon's real estate market showed signs of cooling last week as rumours of government plans to stabilise prices through increased property or transaction taxes put a damper on speculation, according to some industry insiders.

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A brand new chance

This week’s apartment in Sanchaung township will be snapped up quickly, and with good reason.

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Room to spare

Ihis four-bedroom home comes with plenty of extra space as well as a small but pleasant yard.

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Mandalay developers cut share prices

Price drop comes as firm targets farmers as potential shareholders in its industrial park project

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Concrete ambition: Thai firm eyes 2018 launch

Thailand-based Siam Cement Group announced plans to build a major cement factory in Myanmar, claiming it will be able to produce some 1.8 million tonnes per year when operational in 2018.

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Shades of green

This leafy 6300-square-foot compound in Yankin township provides ample room, and relief from the heat courtesy of the threes.

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Land prices surge after Mandalay road widened

Land prices in a township on the outskirts of Mandalay have increased 10-fold in a year following the expansion of a road link to the inner city, say residents.

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