Perfect! You’ve found a buyer/tenant for your property or the right property to purchase, but that’s just the beginning of a tedious paperwork process. We do the hustle, so you don’t have to hassle! We value your time and your trust, let us help you seal the deal by processing all the legal documents with great attention to detail, so you can settle into your next investment!

Contract Agreements

We’ll help you create a well-made contract that will protect all parties’ rights and ensure the best possible outcome.

Lease Agreement Contracts
Sale Agreement Contracts
Nominee Agreement Contracts

Land Holding Company Set Up

We offer foreign investors a seamless journey of investing in the Cambodian Market by guiding them through the necessary paperwork in forming a Land Holding Company (LHC) in Cambodia.

Property Titles

We provide all the assistance regarding ownership transfer to save you time and effort from going through different ministry offices.

Conversion of Soft title to Hard title
Acquisition/Transfer of Title/Ownership
Property company internal documents for ownership transfer

Why trust IPS in processing your documents?


With over 10 years of experience, we know the proper procedure for each type of property or service; the right government offices to approach; and the changing policies and processes.


Our service includes overall assistance—from finding a buyer to closure and documentation—making sure everything is done legally and on-time.


We have never failed to always support our clients, even after transaction. We make ourselves available at all times.


We ensure that all documents are safe and carefully reviewed by experts to avoid flag concerns and potential issues.

The vast majority of properties purchased by foreigners in Cambodia uses what’s known as a “nominee structure”.

Approximately 95% of all our foreign clients choose this structure, as it’s cheap, secure and fast, especially when compared to alternative options such as a Land Holding Company (LHC).

Often we have clients who have a Khmer partner or colleague who they put forward as a nominee, however, if they don’t, there are a range of options available to source a nominee for the property for the duration of your ownership.

Read more information about Nominee Structure here.

One of the most critical things to buying a property is securing complete ownership of it. In Cambodia where there are four types of property titles, this means getting the foolproof hard title. Considering that hard titles are recognized at the national level and within the local government, this can’t be disputed even if there is a soft title claiming ownership of land or property since it’s only recognized locally.

Our document processing services will make the process of buying and transferring ownership to you quick and easy!

Read full article here: How Title Transfer Works in Cambodia

One of the most attractive real estate properties you can invest in are homes located within Borey projects. These gated communities provide all the amenities you can want with the added measure of great security. While you have a plethora of real estate properties to choose from in a gated community, you need to make sure that you do your due diligence in regards to the legitimacy of the Borey project.

To make it easier, here’s a list of the legal documents you need to check before buying in a Borey:

  • Developer’s Registration
  • License for Construction
  • Borey Project’s License
  • Borey’s Master Plan
  • Hard Title

Read more here – Important Legal Documents to Know When Buying Borey

Whether it’s your first time leasing a property or not, one thing is clear: you need to make sure that you cover all your bases in the lease. In short, you need to know exactly what you’re getting out of the rental property, your responsibilities as a lessor, as well as the agreement you have with the lessee.

Overlooking any of these things might lead to difficulties later during the renter’s stay or when they’re moving out, so it’s better to get it out of the way even before the dotted line has been signed. To make sure you don’t forget, we’ve curated the three papers that lessees sign when they rent a unit.

  • Lease agreement
  • Inventory list
  • Utility bill and installation record

Read more information here – What Are The Paperworks Involved in Leasing Out Condo & Apartment in Cambodia? 

A foreigner may form a Land Holding Company (LHC) through a joint venture where the majority stake is a Cambodian and the minority stake of up to 49% is a foreigner. An LHC is legally able to purchase land and property in Cambodia.

Read more information here – Can Foreigners Own Land in Cambodia? Here’s How



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