- Property type: Villa / House
- Offer type: Sold!
- City: Phnom Penh
- Neighborhood: Chroy Changvar
- Original Property ID: PL.AA2
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 5
- Property size: 200 m²
- Air Conditioning
- Close to Aeon 2
- Close to schools
- EDC and Water State rates
- Fully furnished
- hard title
- High ceilings
- Natural light
- Off-street parking
- Private terrace
- Separate street access
This spacious, light filled 4 bedroom borey link house is now available for sale in Prek Leap just off National Road 6A only 15 minutes from the Cambodia Japan Friendship bridge, Chroy Changvar.
It is well positioned in a booming area serviced by good quality roads leading straight to National Road 6. Although in an established neighborhood now, the surrounding areas are yet to be fully developed. It is a lovely home and a clever investment.
Chroy Changvar borey house features:
- Plenty of natural light from three sides
- Air-conditioning and hot water
- Secure community neighborhood
- Off street parking for two cars
- Fully fitted kitchen (incl. gas cooker, fridge)
- Large living spaces throughout
- 10 minutes to the new Russey Keo bridge
- 7km to Wat Phnom
- 250sqm home with 150sqm external space
- Hard title
Original ID: PL.AA2
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Chroy Changvar: forgotten, outlying, expanding
According to the World Bank successful economies are highly urban. Countries with similar GDP to Cambodia (e.g. Bangladesh and Kyrgyzstan) have rates at 35%. In Cambodia 21% are in urban areas, predicted to rise to 36% by 2050.
Phnom Penh has 2 million+ people and the nation’s fastest growing city. Good planning is helping mitigate congestion and locations previously overlooked are now getting more attention. Areas like Chroy Changvar offer suitable living environments near the city centre.
Chroy Changvar Bridge reopened in 2019 following renovations. Crossing the Tonle Sap river, it connects with Daun Penh. 971m long and 13.8m wide, built in 1963 with a grant from Japan. Now fully functional, Chroy Changvar is much closer to the city centre.
Special Economic Zones show how phased decentralized land-use helps the city extend. Development in Kandal Province, Chbar Ampov and Russey Keo are doing similar. Phnom Penh’s growth and continued investment offer good opportunities.
Now is a good time for you to look before everyone else does!
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Benefits for participants in the Cambodia my 2nd home program include – a 10 year unlimited entry / exit visa and, after 5 years, they are eligible to apply for a Cambodian passport and enjoy the advantages of the ASEAN network.
Capital Gains Tax 2024 gets ministry life raft
Capital Gains Tax (CGT) delayed to 2024 by the General Department of Taxation (GDT) to allow industry to recover from the pandemic, particularly those in the textile and garments, and tourism sectors.
From 1 January 2024 the CGT will be implemented and enforced. Set at 20% of the amount of gain realized (subject to deductions). It is to be reported and paid within three months of the transaction date relevant to the capital gain.
It initially appeared in Prakas 346 (1 April 2020) following which the GDT provided guidance on its implementation. So far, it has been delayed a few times for various reasons.
In short, a transaction made after 1 January 2024 is liable if it refers to immovable property, finance leases, investment assets, goodwill, intellectual property, and foreign currency. This will apply to all taxpayers (both residents and non-residents including legal entities and nonresident individuals) that realize capital gains.
Exemptions are available.
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- Published: June 22, 2022
- Last Update: August 19, 2022
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