Bangkok Market to focus on the low-rise housing

Developers are shifting their overall development portfolio to the low-rise housing market where demand for single-detached houses and townhouses is driven entirely by Thai end-users and owner occupier purchasers.

Thai Industrial Property market driven by rocketing Chinese FDI

Japan has been the largest source of FDI in manufacturing sector in Thailand since the late 1980’s, but their position may be replaced by China in the future.

Flexible working and cybersecurity

It’s one thing to stay on top of data protection procedures when everyone’s operating under the same roof, but what about when employees are working remotely?

Looking to expand? These cities will give you bang for your buck

With tempting offers, ranging from flexible office space and financial incentives to lifestyles that make it easier for companies to attract and retain the best global talent, these cities are making their push to break into the top tier of places to do business.

Can flexible working lead to flexible recruitment?

Instead of being hired based on our current capabilities and experience, in the not-so-distant future, the best candidates will be those who learn quickly and who show the potential to adapt.

More manufacturers to relocate from China to Southeast Asia

JLL anticipates the trend to accelerate as the China-US tariff war are driving more companies in China to relocate their operations to other countries to avoid US tariffs and maintain their competitiveness.

Tackling Commuter Congestion with flexible working?

A study by navigation company TomTom, cited Mexico City, Bangkok, Jakarta and three Chinese cities: Chongqing, Beijing and Chengdu among the top contenders in the congestion test.

Thailand Property News Of The Week

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.