Quarterly Yangon Real Estate Review now released

Our first in-depth review of the Yangon real estate market is now available to purchase.

The Q2 Yangon Real Estate Review contains more than 175 pages of information, covering residential and commercial market analysis, developer profiles, data, legislation, maps, district-by-district profiles, and details of over 50 in-progress or prospective projects in Yangon.

Researched during the first half of 2014 by Frontier's local and international staff in Yangon, the report is an essential resource for companies involved in the real estate and construction sector, including developers, investors, banks, contractors, architects, project managers and more.

Key findings from the report include:

  • Yangon is one of the fastest-changing cities in south-east Asia, and has the potential to turn into a major regional commercial hub as Myanmar reintegrates into the global economy after a long period of isolation.
  • The city's real estate market is undergoing a rapid transition across all sectors, with a flurry of new residential, commercial, hotel and retail projects under construction or in the pipeline
  • Public sector-owned land continues to be put out to tender on Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) terms, with further sites expected to come available in 2014 and 2015
  • Residential prices have multiplied dramatically over the past five years, but a combination of new tax legislation and concerns about overheating mean that prices in many areas have flattened off in 2014
  • Demand for office space continues to far outstrip supply, as a wave of foreign companies enter the market and local private-sector groups expand. Despite the large amount of new space under construction, we expect total Grade A space in multi-tenant buildings to remain below one million sq m by 2017, which is far below other regional capitals.
  • Yangon's unique architectural heritage makes it a particularly exciting property market, with a number of heritage buildings in the Downtown area of the city set to be renovated in the coming years
  • The legislative environment remains a key factor for the market, with tax and investment laws in flux and several key new acts expected to be enacted in 2014 and 2015
  • Key risks to the market include rising construction costs, legislative changes, and the progress of Myanmar's broader political and economic transition over the coming 18 months

Order a copy

The report is priced at $1,500, and can be ordered online and by phone or email.

To order a copy of the report online, click here

Subscribers to the Myanmar Real Estate and Construction Monitor receive four copies per year of the Yangon Real Estate Review as part of their membership package, which offers the best value access to our content.

For more information on subscription options, please go to realestate.frontiermyanmar.com or contact us directly.

To make an order, or for more information, please call +95 92 5334 9604 in Myanmar, or +44 207 653 1914 (UK). Alternatively, please email our Business Development Director, Michael Guarino, on michael.guarino@frontiermyanmar.com

About Frontier Myanmar

Frontier provides local research and analysis for companies and organisations operating in Myanmar, one of the world's most exciting economies.
 
We offer custom, in-depth research into particular sectors or issues, helping clients better understand their particular business environment, while also publishing subscription-based information services focussing on specific industries, covering news, legislation, companies, projects and tenders.
 
Our first subscription service, the Myanmar Real Estate and Construction Monitor, was launched in June 2014, with further sectors to follow later in the year.
 
Frontier Myanmar is incorporated as a Myanmar limited company and was established in 2014. Its parent company is Frontier MEA Ltd, a UK firm set up in 2009 which also has offices in Ghana and Libya.
 
Our Yangon office is run by a team of local and international staff with the skills and experience to provide independent, in-depth and tangible business research.