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Land and Property Tax Forces Site Owners to Consider Options

The new Land and Property Tax, which will be effective from January 2020 onward, is another challenge for the Thai property market.

Growth from Key Markets Compensates for Dip in Chinese Tourists

Bangkok still attracts tourists from around the world. The number of international tourist arrivals to Bangkok in the first two months of 2019 as reported by MOTS was 4.68 million, a 3% Y-o-Y growth.
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Expat Rental Apartments Demand changing from family to individual

This year, we are seeing more expats moving here individually rather than the whole family as companies look to lower their operating costs
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Developers see potential in new international schools Investments

Apart from local demand, there is also a growing number of international students from neighbouring countries who choose to study in Thailand due to lower tuition fees and cost of living.
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Coworking Space No longer just targeting startups companies

CBRE believes that coworking space operators are not just targeting startups companies but also multinational firms especially those seeking to build more flexibility into their real estate portfolio
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How Change in the Workplace is Changing the Bangkok Office Market

Thanks to changes in work styles, technological advancements and space allocation as well as cultural shifts, the workplace has drastically transformed over the past decade.
Construction Workers in Bangkok
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Profound Transformations await Retailers and Developers in Bangkok

The evolving retail landscape and consumers’ changing behaviour has led to the emergence of new retail formats and adoption of new technologies. Traditional retailers are continuously being forced to evolve and invest in digital transformation.