The Real Estate Personality of the Year, chosen by the team at Property Report South East Asia magazine, was awarded to Khun Duangjai Kraus, Managing Director of Engel and Volkers. Pukhet’s Andara and Baan Yamu pick up 2010 Property Awards
Terry Blackburn, Chief Executive Officer of organisers Ensign Media said: “This was the fifth year of the Thailand Property Awards, and the standard of competition just gets better and better. This year we received more nominations and more entries than ever before and than speaks volumes about the state of the property and real estate industry in Thailand.”
The Andara, converted from pure property to a resort, opened earlier this year on the southern seafront at Phuket’s Kamala beach. It was rated Best Villa Phuket and Best Condo Phuket.
Phuket’s Baan Yamu picked up Best Architectural Design.
Best Villa Eastern Seaboard Horseshoe Point
Best Villa Samui Conrad Samui
Best Villa Hua Hin Bang Ing Phu
Best Villa Phuket Andara Resort & Residences
Best Housing Bangkok Royal Residences
Best Villa Thailand Horseshoe Point
Best Condo Bangkok St Regis Residences
Best Condo Eastern Sea Board Northpoint
Best Condo Samui Samui Emerald
Best Condo Hua Hin Veyla Khao Tao
Best Condo Phuket Andara Resort & Residences
Best Condo Thailand St Regis Residences
Best Shared Ownership Development Beach Republic Samui
Best Commercial Development Crystal Design Center
Best Green Development Horseshoe Point
Best Developer Goldenland
Best Boutique Developer Absolute Developments Corporation Ltd.
Best Agent Hua Hin Engel & Volkers
Best Agent Samui Samui Villas & Homes
Best Agent Phuket CB Richard Ellis (Thailand)
Best Agent Bangkok CB Richard Ellis (Thailand)
Best Agent Eastern Sea Board Colliers International
Best Agency Deal Jones Lang LaSalle (Sermit Tower sale)
Best Architectural Design Baan Yamu
Best Interior Design The Estates Samui
Best Agent Website CB Richard Ellis (Thailand)
Best Development Website The River
Best Print Advertisement Conrad Samui
Real Estate Personality of the Year Duangjai Kraus, Managing Director Engel & Volkers.
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