Guest Post: Myanmar Property Market 2014 – Current Trends and Future Predictions As we start 2014, Myanmar’s legislative agenda continue apace, with further reforms set to cement Myanmar as an… read more →
To round off a very busy year for Scipio, Channel News Asia sought Scipio’s Myanmar property market expertise for its feature on the Myanmar boutique hotel market. Full article and… read more →
Myanmar Times published the following article on 15 December 2013. Property prices to soar as high-rise limits enforced A new plan to limit the number of high-rises could send property… read more →
A Perfect Storm is Causing High Prices in the Myanmar Commercial Leasing Market, but a Solution Lies on the Horizon Let’s face it: Renting commercial office space in Yangon is… read more →
Scipio’s Travis Baker contributes a Myanmar property market perspective to Southeast Asia Globe’s feature on the demographic and development issues facing Myanmar today.
Foreign investment in Myanmar surges, office rents sizzle 20 September 2013 Reuters looks at the rise in foreign investment in Myanmar in recent months, but also the accompanying surge in… read more →
Internet in Myanmar has a penetration rate estimated to be 1%. Historically, this was due to regulations on pricing and availability combined with limited infrastructure, which lent to the country’s isolation to the rest of the world.
Things have changed. While infrastructure difficulties remain, and there are no immediate plans to significantly overhaul Myanmar’s internet connectivity, there are a growing number of companies utilizing existing networks and technologies to offer home or office internet access in Myanmar’s larger cities, namely Mandalay, Yangon and Myanmar’s capital, Nay Pyi Daw.
This article will focus in particular on how to secure internet access for your commercial or residential property in Yangon.
Property Report recently published an Opinion & Analysis article, written by Scipio’s Brett Miller, relating to important factors to consider when looking to secure residential, commercial or investment property in… read more →
Given the rapid pace of change and growth in Myanmar – particularly in Yangon – what little information is available online can become outdated quickly. This means that a ‘desk review’ of the country and the investment climate will never be sufficient as the sole basis on which to make a decision as to whether to invest. But internet research, as in the case of Dan’s well-researched blog post, can serve as a good primer as to what to expect and where to focus investigation efforts.