Posts Tagged ‘Bangkok property market’

Affordable in demand, but foreigners “off the radar” in Bangkok

Affordable in demand, but foreigners “off the radar” in Bangkok
Research from global real estate advisor DTZ has revealed that demand for affordable condominiums in central Bangkok remains strong, despite the recent political instability. Full story

Market sees good potential in H2

The property market shows signs of recovering in the second half of this year if the country’s political situation remains stable, Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, managing director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand Full story

Condo market to expand as Asean unites

The condominium market will continue rising and reach its peak from 2015 onward as the Asean Economic Community allows more expatriates to work in the services sector in the country, Full story

Home builders expect recovery in second half

Home-builders expect to see a market recovery in the second half of this year, after enduring a 50-per-cent contraction in the second quarter, Home Builder Association president Vibul Chantradilokrat said in an interview with The Nation last week. Full story

Real Estate sales at Ratchaprasong plunges 50% due to recent rally

Real Estate sales at Ratchaprasong plunges 50% due to recent rally
The real estate business in Ratchprasong area has slumped by over 50% in the past few months due to the recent political rally in the capital of Bangkok, according to the Real Estate Information Center (REIC) Full story

Warning of huge oversupply of new homes

Fourteen listed property firms are planning to launch 159 residential projects with a market value of Bt202 billion in the second half of this year, according to brokerage house Asia Plus Securities. Full story

Local property values will likely stay firm

Local property values will likely stay firm
The protracted political stand-off that has turned parts of Bangkok's inner city into a barricaded fortress for more than a month is unlikely to lead to dramatic drops in property values, although some people have deferred buying decisions for the time being, says David Simister, chairman of CB Richard Ellis (CBRE). Full story

Clashes affect foreign property buyers, but locals remain unfazed

Clashes affect foreign property buyers, but locals remain unfazed
The Bangkok property market has proved quite resilient in recent years, but the political violence last weekend will definitely hurt foreign sentiment, while local buyers are likely to take events in their stride, says Robert Collins, managing director of Savills (Thailand) Ltd. Full story

 
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