The Myanmar Times
Wednesday, 28 January 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

House of the week: A slice of nature

Renting this week’s house will offer the prospective tenant the expat dream: a big house in a quiet neighbourhood – with a pool.

 

 

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FMI real estate takes first step outside Yangon with Nay Pyi Taw condo

Interest in Myanmar real estate is leading investors to expand beyond Yangon, as First Myanmar Investment (FMI) public company plans to expand nationwide, according to its chair Serge Pun.

 

 

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Property market turns sluggish as end of the year draws closer

Next year will be a significant one for the domestic property market, leading to a drawdown in activity as 2014 draws to a close, according to Yangon developers.

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Thaketa project caters to growing expat influx

The growing number of expats in Yangon is putting strain on existing residential property, providing a market opportunity for higher-end housing.

 

 

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Taming the wilds of South Okkalapa

Location is the main determinant in the Yangon property game. No one wants to spend half the morning stuck in traffic, but living in the central areas comes at a price.

 

 

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Thai cement giant starts work on Mon State plant

Thailand's largest cement producer has begun work on its first factory in Myanmar, aiming to open doors on the facility as soon as the second quarter 2016.

 

 

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Z Villas coming

Hluttaw representative U Khin Shwe’s company Zaykabar is investing US$200 million in a joint residential project in Yangon’s Mingalardon township, its chair announced on November 15.

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Let this home’s interior surprise you

There are some homes that are stunning from the get-go, and some that only reveal their beauty after you’re inside.

 

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