Property investment in Thailand was a key topic at the International Real Estate Exhibition DOMEXPO, recently held in Moscow. DOMEXPO, the largest property exhibition held in Russia, welcomed companies from around the globe including Phuket-based property consultancy Sereb Company Limited.

Representatives from the firm held a conference titled, “Property Investment in Thailand – the best choice in the business cities and holiday homes”. “We think this year is a very good opportunity for investors. At the expo we have the booth space to promote Thailand Properties and the launching of Villa Medica Phuket,” said Nina Serebryakova, exhibition organiser from Thailand and international marketing committee of RESAM

 

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  1. Great to see more companies taking the initiative and taking Thailand to the Russian market. The Russians love Thailand and they love Phuket even more. The new Nikki Beach Hotel & Spa is underway in Bang Tao, next to Laguna. The company that is handling the development and construction has an exclusive contract with Nikki Beach – and the Russians LOVE Nikki Beach wherever Nikki Beach opens, the Russians are there. There is a Joint Venture investment opportunity to buy into Nikki Beach in Phuket through established Singapore based commercial property developer Castolewood Group, and it is as little as US$50,000. You should take a look if you are interested in Thailand, you will love this deal. High returns and very low risk and an exit strategy in place for 2020. http://www.castlewoodgroup.com

    1. Hi Mr Munroe,
      Many thanks for mentioning our company deal. Yes you are right – the Russians love our concept, as do the Singaporeans, Malaysians, and the Chinese. I would just draw to your attention that we are the Castlewood Group. You seem to have stuck an extra “o” into our name – if you get a chance to edit it. Regardless, many thanks for your endorsement. Any time you are passing, please pop in to see us in Ann Siang Road. Best regards.

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