The First & Biggest Japanese Condominium in Cambodia

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Kakab, Pur SenChey, Phnom Penh

  • Completed (Nov 2018)
For Sale (4 Units)  From $120,000
For Rent (1 Units)  From $1,200
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The First & Biggest Japanese Condominium in Cambodia

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Kakab, Pur SenChey, Phnom Penh
Completed (Nov 2018)
For Sale (4 Units) From $120,000
For Rent (1 Units) From $1,200

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The First & Biggest Japanese Condominium in Cambodia in Kakab, Phnom Penh

The First & Biggest Japanese Condominium in Cambodia is a condo and apartment project located in Kakab, Phnom Penh and was completed in Nov 2018. It has 0 units and was developed by Creed Asia (Cambodia) Co., Ltd, who is also behind Bodaiju Residences and ARATA Garden Residences.

About The First & Biggest Japanese Condominium in Cambodia

Bodaiju Residences, Japan’s first and largest development in Cambodia, is located within a stunningly peaceful and contemporary landscaped garden setting, which offers its residence with the feeling of tranquility and harmonization. The contemporary designs, both in exterior and interior are elegantly refined to the last touches. With imported sources from around the world, Bodaiju Residence will do nothing but complete your dream of a dream home! Bodaiju Residences, is conveniently located on Russian Blvd, where tenants can find major shopping and dining areas close by. With only a few blocks to walk to the prime shopping, Parkson Mall. Bodaiju Residence is also a few minutes’ drive from the Phnom Penh International Airport, International Schools and Hospital. It is mainly the focal point of Phnom Penh, where not only investments are a major possibility, but also a best fit for home buyers looking to settle in as well.


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Foreigners can own a condominium Freehold in their own name. Condominium ownership is best explained by looking at an example of a project that has 100 units for sale.

In this example, 49 of the total units in this building (or 49% of the total salable area) can be owned outright by non-thai nationals in their name.  The ownership titles of these 49 units is referred to as Freehold or Foreign Quota. 

This leaves 51 units remaining in the building (or 51% of the total salable). The freehold rights to these units are reserved for Thai nationals in what is commonly referred to as the Thai quota.

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After you have found the right property you have to follow these steps:

  1. Agreement of terms and conditions
  2. Reservation Agreement
  3. Reservation Deposit
  4. Sales and Purchase Agreement
  5. Settlement & Transfer

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Thailand has different visas like Spousal Visa, Retirement Visa, Student Visa and Elite Visa - just to name a few options. Each visa has different requirements but they are usually easy to obtain.

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