Thailand’s property market was able to rebound from past crises and there is every reason to believe it will be able to absorb the blow of recent political tensions.

New Dusit property fund planned

09/10/2010 : SET-listed Dusit Thani Plc (DTC) will set up a property fund with a total size of 4 billion baht with three Dusit hotels as the underlying assets, according to chief executive Chanin

Chatrium Suites owner eyes hotel management

06/10/2010 : The owner of Chatrium Suites Bangkok is interested in setting up a hotel management company after the hotel has firmly established itself.

Phaya Thai sets pace for city condominium sales

05/10/2010 : Bangkok’s Phaya Thai district remains the most popular area for condominium development thanks to its convenient location and access to the BTS and Airport Rail Link, says Plus Property Co.

Greater Bangkok prices becoming dearer

02/10/2010 : Average land prices in Greater Bangkok have risen by 4.4% from last year, according to the latest survey by the Agency for Real Estate Affairs (AREA).

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Thailand’s property market was able to rebound from past crises and there is every reason to believe it will be able to absorb the blow of recent political tensions.

Sansiri steps up 2010 sales target to B25bn

30/09/2010 : The listed developer Sansiri Plc has revised up its 2010 sales target to 25 billion baht and increased the land acquisition budget by 40% to 10 billion baht as it plans to tap the lower-priced housing segment.

Phuket market looks buoyant

29/09/2010 : Phuket’s residential property market should continue to improve in line with the global economic recovery given no new political turmoil, according to new research from Knight Frank Thailand.

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