Capital transactions in the Bangkok office market totalled almost THB10 billion during 2009, despite both local and global difficulties.

According to professional services firm Jones Lang LaSalle the sector witnessed a number of major capital transactions during 2009. Five office buildings were reportedly sold with a combined value of more than THB9.98 billion, and more capital transactions are likely this year, This is because a significant number of companies are putting surplus assets up for sale, while investors are show higher levels of interest in acquiring office buildings, according to company.

via Thailand Property: Office market sales total THB10bn in 2009 – February 20 News.

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