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What is a good rate to rent a hectare of land for, per year?

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John_Galt

What was the sale price per meter? And was it in Battambang Provence?

 

She told me in that area its about $7000 per hectare. Yes in Battambang Provence about 1 hour and 20 minutes away from Battambang city.

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phuketrichard

andy; there plenty of farm land up around Sen Monorom for sale for $.52/sq mt i saw posted on the other fourm

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5 Hectare (50.000 sqm)
in O'Reang, 20 km before Sen Monorom, Mondulkiri
100 meter from the main road from Phnom Penh, easy access
1 hectare already planted with living support (1200 Kapok trees)for pepper plantation, 100 avocado trees, Moringa trees
deep water well with pump
small stream with water fall
small wooden house for staff
electricity can be easily connected
private access road from main road
very good soil, no chemicals used

26.000$ negotiable, soft title, can be converted to hard title by owner

for more infos or pics, please call: 0885050124

 

Please leave the link even though u may not like the forum

 

so rent for$100/year sound like a great deal

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Parrothead

Please leave the link even though u may not like the forum

 

Not gonna happen.

 

All necessary contact information is in your post.

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phuketrichard

paul;

what are u afraid of, someone liking another forum??I just dont get it

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Parrothead

paul;

what are u afraid of, someone liking another forum??I just dont get it

 

When you have a forum, I will post under your rules.

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andy

​Thanks for the info Richard. I had seen this property recently advertised. There would be a few things I would consider, if I was to invest in any property, buy or inherit (GF) or rent (preferable) I would never own the property. I know there are ways to gain ownership, but always at a price I would not, be willing to pay. so I still consider myself a guest in Cambodia.

Being remote is not for everyone. Then you have the daily visitors, that's OK but where do they all come from, "we are living remote".

Then you have the neighbour's, so larger the land, the better. So that leaves me the first choice of the (GFs) land, next to the family. 

 

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Parrothead

Just as a record, this contract was set in place today, July 12th, 2017, for a period of 3 years.

$300 USD, paid in full at the beginning of this lease. Lessee option for renewal for an additional 3 years at the end of the term. 

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Bill H

 

 


Missed a zero? 10,000 m2 per hectare. A damned good size piece of property.

 

Well now, that depends on where you are.  One hectare equals about 2.47 acres.  A lot of land in Cambodia perhaps, but in Montana where land is usually measured by sections, not much at all!  A section = 640 acres = 1 square mile.  So there, a hectare would give you a decent front lawn.

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andy

 

 


So there, a hectare would give you a decent front lawn.

 

Still I would not want to mow it with a push mower :)

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Parrothead

Well now, that depends on where you are.

 

How you figure that?

 

A hectare is a hectare, regardless.

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