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CBRE’s weekly property news snapshot features the latest residential and commercial real estate stories in Thailand and elsewhere that you cannot afford to miss – be it regarding residential, industrial, retail, office, hotel, land, or investment property.

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The top residential and commercial real estate news of the week – 24 June 2019

NCC counts on stopgap events hall
Bangkok Post
NCC Management & Development, the venue management firm and operator of Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, expects a new convention hall at Samyan Mitrtown to offset income lost while rebuilding QSNCC.

Property Perfect sells over 50% of YU Kiroro
Bangkok Post
Property Perfect showcases the sale of its first condominium project in Japan, “Yu Kiroro”, marking the milestone sales of 1.8 billion baht, or over 50% of available units.

Building for a rapidly changing society

The Nation
Homebuyers are changing their purchase behaviour, demanding that residential buildings be designed with the facilities to serve people of multiple generations, especially innovations…

Building to a slowdown
Bangkok Post
The Thai property market is expected to continue slowing in the remaining months of the year, weighed by the global economic slowdown, the escalating US-China trade war…

Ideas 1606 taps beachfront demand with Natai villas
Bangkok Post
Demand for luxury villas in beach destinations from Thai business owners remains strong despite unfavourable sentiment as they take advantage of low interest rates.

Agencies push Pattaya as Mice centre
Bangkok Post
The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) has joined with the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) Office and Pattaya City to develop the resort destination into a “Mice Metropolis”.

Blue Line impact growing
Bangkok Post
The extended MRT system will ultimately carry 1 million passengers per day, creating new development opportunities.

FTI seeks measures to rein in baht

Bangkok Post
The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) is calling on the Bank of Thailand to launch new measures to rein in the baht’s rapid gains after the currency hit a more than six-year high, aiming to prevent the export slump from deepening.

Rail, port winners to ink contracts in July

Bangkok Post
The high-speed rail project linking Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang and U-tapao airports and the third phase of Map Ta Phut port worth a combined 271 billion baht.

AoT seeks govt’s nod for B202bn plan to build new airports
Bangkok Post
Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) will ask the new government to approve its 202-billion-baht development plan, including investing in new airports in Phuket and Chiang Mai.

Small hotels set to legalise ventures
Bangkok Post
Some 5,000 non-registered small hotels are expected to legalise their business after a recent order issued by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO).

New mortgages slipping
Bangkok Post
The number of new mortgage borrowers sank 8% year-on-year in April after the launch of loan-to-value (LTV) curbs at the start of that month, says a senior official at the Bank of Thailand.

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