Phnom Penh real estate, realtors, and housing

Whether you’re looking for a luxury villa or a cheap Phnom Penh apartment, we’ve got resources that can help.

Elevated Realty

Elevated Realty is an expat-run Phnom Penh real estate agency that brings together a Canadian and an American with a Cambodian realtor. They offer Western customer service — they’ll even help you move — with local knowledge and relationships. The result is an agency that you can trust to get you the best deals on higher-end real estate in Phnom Penh and that stands behind its listings with easy-to-understand contracts. Listings start at $450 and go all the way to $3,000 a month. The site allows easy searching by neighborhood and amenities. If you’re looking for an apartment with a pool or an elevator or a pet-friendly villa, start your search on the Elevated Realty site.

Phnom Penh real estate

Elevated Realty in Phnom Penh is an expat-run real estate company that can help find the perfect apartment.

Elevated Realty
49E01 Sihanouk Blvd (at Street 59 above Angkor Independant Tailor), Phnom Penh
T: 023 220 609

Other ways to find housing and apartments in Phnom Penh:

Phnom Penh Housing is a Facebook group that specializing in available properties, apartments and flatshares in Phnom Penh.

Expats and Locals Living in Phnom Penh is another Facebook group that allows individuals (but not agencies) to make posts requesting or offering housing. This is a good place to find flatshares.

Classifieds-Apartment/Roommate Info in Phnom Penh is a Facebook group that is especially good for finding rooms in existing flatshares.

Phnom Penh apartments

Phnom Penh is full of apartments in every price range, you just have to find them!

More housing resources and information:

If you’re having a hard time understanding apartment rental prices in Phnom Penh, you’re not alone. In this blog post, find out what the difference is between a $200 flat and a $1,500 apartment, and everything in between: Understanding Phnom Penh rental prices.

So you’ve found an apartment in Phnom Penh. Now what? We go over all of the things you need to do  from checking for karaoke bars to meter readings  before you sign the lease.

Expats who live in Cambodia often crave a change of pace. If you’re one of them, you may have considered moving from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap or vice-versa. We give you the low-down on how to get your possessions from one to the other: Moving between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

If you’re here for the long haul, you might be considering buying an apartment or home in Cambodia. This blog post covers everything you need to know about buying apartments and property as a foreigner in Cambodia, including setting up a legal entity and the difference between hard and soft titles: What you need to know about buying property in Cambodia.

Move to Cambodia talks to Chris Desaulniers, co-founder of Elevated Realty, about some common questions about rental properties in Phnom Penh, including short-term versus long-term leases, serviced versus other types of apartments, and more: What you need to know about renting in Phnom Penh.

In this blog post, we retract our advice about avoiding real estate agents in Cambodia at all cost. Here we explain why that’s changed and how the rapidly evolving real estate market has made using an agent a good idea for some people (including me): Why I’ve started using real estate agents in Cambodia.

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