The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 17 April 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

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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Set Mandalay land prices carefully, realtors say

The real estate mantra of “location, location, location” should also be applied to property pricing in Mandalay, say agents following a move in Yangon Region to encourage property buyers to pay tax.

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Yangon added to world monument watch list

The historic centre of downtown Yangon was selected last week for entry in the World Monuments Fund’s 2014 Watch List.

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Yoma in landmark deal with Mitsubishi

Singapore-listed Yoma Strategic Holdings signed a memorandum of understanding with Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation and Mitsubishi Estate to invest in its Landmark property development in downtown Yangon.

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Built for a king

This beautifully decorated home with wooden ceilings and floors has lots of space and is a steal for entrepreneurs with families, who also must entertain every now and then.

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House of the week: the big buzz

This simple two-storey house will suit burgeoning entrepreneurs looking to open a shop on the ground floor. 

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