The Myanmar Times
Friday, 29 August 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Moving on up

Coming in at a total 3600 square feet, this large, fully furnished home on Airport Avenue Road may be a little far from downtown, but what you sacrifice in location, you gain in beautiful space, modern decor and a quiet and serene environment.

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Signing a lease: What you need to know

The house was perfect.

Artfully revamped, the colonial villa emerged from lilting greenery on the large estate. The rent was high – about US$2500 per month – and the landlord was happy to make a quick deal provided he was paid 12 months’ rent up-front.

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Urbanisation on UN-HABITAT agenda

A delegation from the United Nations Human Settlements Programme wrapped up its visit to Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw last week with a vow to assist the government as it grapples with the problems and opportunities afforded by the nation’s rapid urbanisation.

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Upgrades for public housing

A sixty-years old public housing project is to be redeveloped in a joint project by government and developers, and the homes rented out to civil servants.

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One size fits all

This beautiful white modern house with long windows is located in Mayangone township.

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Reeling in foreign tenants in Yangon

Purple walls, hobbit-hole attics, and grimy, exposed concrete flooring are just some of the reasons landlords in Yangon can have a hard time renting their properties to foreigners.

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Yangon ready for construction and mining conference

Myanmar  is set to host its first international construction, power and mining conference in Yangon at the end of the month, hosting more than 150 international brands.

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Spacing out in style

This 10,000-square-foot house on Highland Avenue in Mayangone township is tastefully decorated.

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