Teal Condominium by Sansiri Thailand listed developer Sansiri has promptly announced the launch of a new project after all 85 units of its latest city condominium Via 49 were sold during the two-day pre-sale last weekend. The Teal Sathorn-Taksin will be launched this September by Sansiri. This 27-storey freehold condo will be located on an almost three rai site and only 150 meters away from BTS Wong Sian Yai station. All 409 residential units will be fully furnished and available in different types ranging from one to three bedrooms.

Sansiri launches Tea
Thailand’s Sansiri launches Teal after Via 49 sold in only two days

The official sales launch is scheduled for September 11-12.  Prices start from THB2.45 million (US$77,753). The company’s Senior Executive Vice President of Business Development and Project Development Division (High Rise) Uthai Uthaisangsuk said that the company managed to quickly close the sales of its latest project as the product was launched in response to current demand. Via 49 is a low-rise condominium located on Soi Sukhumvit 49. The THB600 million (US$19.04 million) project is developed under a “live in a work of art” concept, with the price starting from THB 4.9 million (US$ 155,505).

“From our research, we found that  low-rise condominium in downtown areas are always in demand while most projects in the city seem to be high-rise. In terms of target market, we see that mid-range condo market targeting young adults and first jobbers is growing continuously,”

said Uthai. He also added that three hot locations including Sukhumvit, Sathorn-Taksin, and Paholyothin will still be in high demand for condos. He said: “We will certainly have some new projects launched during the third and fourth quarters in those areas.”

Thailand listed developer Sansiri has promptly announced the launch of a new project after all 85 units of its latest city condominium Via 49 were sold

Thailand’s Sansiri launches Teal after brisk Via 49 sales

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Although the Thai real estate industry has continued growing significantly since 2008, we have not seen a real estate bubble environment manifesting. The industry seems to have learned its lessons during the 1997 financial crisis and has successfully implemented the following safeguards: The banking industry has become much more cautious providing project financing and mortgage loans.

The completion of the Suvarnabhumi-Bangkok International Airport has spurred growth in commercial property markets in eastern Bangkok as well as in the beach resort of Pattaya. Thailand has become even more accessible by air with a wide range if International carriers using Bangkok as a hub. In recent years, there has also been a surge in budge carriers, offering very competitive prices to both local and international destinations.

The real demand for residential real estate stems from local residents and foreigners living or working in Thailand. The latter group will definitely be affected by the weak global economy but what about local Thai residents? The Thai domestic economy will also be adversely affected by the crisis, especially the export sector.

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  1. I really wonder who all these people are who can buy these “expensive” condos !!! Probably not ordinary human beings like most citizens of Bangkok are. What a world!

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