Pet Humanization seen as a major trend in Thailand
In Thailand, data from Euromonitor indicates that in 2019, approximately 34% of Thai households have dogs and cats, and this will increase to 37% of the total number of Thai households in the country in 2022
If the land or building is left empty or unused for a period of more than three consecutive years, it will be subject to an additional rate of 0.3% every three years, but the amount will not exceed 3%.
Thailand’s real estate market has recently been characterised by an oversupply of flats. There were over 90 thousand unsold units of condominiums in the Bangkok Metropolitan Region (BMR) in Thailand as of 2020.
Thailand’s liveability ranking sinks amidst Covid-19 restrictions and environmental concerns
Thai cities have fallen out of the global top 100 most liveable locations for expatriate workers from East Asia, with Bangkok and Chiang Mai placed at 115th and 118th in the latest Location Ratings survey respectively