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Expat Rental Apartments Demand changing from family to individual

This year, we are seeing more expats moving here individually rather than the whole family as companies look to lower their operating costs

Knight Frank Residential Research Report for Bangkok 2017

Condominium projects launched in 1H 2017 recorded an average take-up rate of 75%, representing an increase of 1.7% compared to the first half of 2016.

Thai Condominium Prices show 60 percent increase since 2009

Apichart Chutrakul succeeded in transforming a small family construction business into one of the biggest developers in Thailand. He believes Thai Condominium Prices are still cheap in Thailand, despite a 60% price jump since 2009.

Expatriate apartment market in Bangkok is performing well

Most expatriates in Thailand only want to live in a limited number of areas which are Sukhumvit, Lumpini and Sathorn. They are only in Bangkok for two or three years and want to rent, not purchase their residence.

Will Prices Rise in Bangkok’s Old Condominium Buildings?

One of the strangest features of the Bangkok condominium market for Western purchasers is that prices of older condominiums do not move upwards at the same rate as newly-launched

Bangkok Condo Market Reaches record prices in Q4 2014

According to CBRE Thailand latest Bangkok Overall MarketView Q4 2014, record-breaking prices of over THB 300,000 per sq.m. have been achieved in five downtown condominium projects in 2014.

Thai Prime Minister shelves controversial land and buildings tax bill

Thai Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-ocha has held back the controversial land and buildings tax bill, arguing that it is untimely under the current economy.

Land and House tax bill lambasted in Thailand

Thailand’s Finance ministry has proposed new rates for land and building taxes which will widen the ceiling tax waiver amount for residences to 1.5 million bah