Supalai plans to launch six more residential projects worth more than 4 billion baht ($115.3 million) in the second half of this year after seeing signs of demand recovery
EIC sees the new Land and Building Tax Law coming into effect on January 1st, 2019 having both negative and positive effects on Thai property developers.
Leading today’s news, the Thai billionaire behind Fraser & Neave and Centrepoint plans the kingdom’s biggest ever project next to Bangkok’s Lumpini Park. Thailand’s Richest Man Plans $3.5 Bln One Bangkok Project Thailand’s richest man, Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, is planning a $3.5...
U-Tapao is estimated to bear an annual capacity of 1.2 million passengers this year, up from 700,000 passengers in 2016.
Many investors from China and the wider Asia Pacific region are attracted to the depth, liquidity and familiarity of the UK market according to real estate firm JLL
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ANREV data shows that the Asia Pacific non-listed real estate funds market has grown significantly increasing from 16 funds at the end of 2006 to 97 in 2014
SET-listed property developer Charn Issara Development Pcl is looking at acquiring two hotels in the UK at a budget of 3 billion baht ($85.7 million)