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RE/MAX Island Real Estate Thailand Property News Of The Month – January 2019

RE/MAX Island Real Estate’s monthly property news features the latest residential and commercial real estate stories in Koh Samui & Thailand. Articles cover content regarding residential, industrial, retail, office, hotel, land, or investment property.

Condo launches at 10-year high

Bangkok Post

The condominium market in Bangkok in 2018 set a record for the most new project launches in 10 years, with some 65,000 units entering the market, an increase of 11% from 2017, says Knight Frank Thailand.

Keeping up with the consumers

Bangkok Post

The changing lifestyles and preferences of consumers are causing financial distress to many retailers who refuse to reinvent their stores. Traditional retailers are under intense pressure from the rapid transformation of the retail industry.

Resale condo market growing

Bangkok Post

Buyers eschew new, posh digs in city core for older units in well-maintained projects, says CBRE

Thai property lures Chinese

Bangkok Post

Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya most popular.

Expat apartment demand still strong

Bangkok Post

Units for rent remain popular in areas favoured by foreigners, says CBRE

HOLD–Branded residence boom foreseen in Bangkok

Bangkok Post

This year will see a doubling in the number of branded residences in Bangkok as more developers compete in this lucrative segment to cater to the needs of high-net-worth customers.

Megatrends driving Chinese demand

Bangkok Post

Capital controls at home and appealing prices in Bangkok are drawing high levels of real estate investment to Thailand.

Condo demand still strong in capital, resort cities, says property company

The Nation

The condominium market continues to grow due to the real demand of residents as well as from investors, according to Plus Property Co Ltd, a full-service professional property and facility management agency.

Condo investors turn to renting out to generate income

The Nation

WHEN CHINA’S government in 2015 encouraged its people to expand their investments in Thailand and other overseas countries, Chinese investors responded.

Thailand at centre of Asean push for sales of building technology

The Nation

JAPAN’S Shinwa Group is using Thailand as the springboard for the sale of its innovative construction technology to property developers throughout the Asean region.

Single-ownership expatriate rental market to stay competitive

The Nation

DESPITE INCREASED competition for rental units in condominiums, the prospects for the single-ownership apartment market in the prime areas of Bangkok are still positive, according to CBRE, an international property consultant company.

Aggressive marketing sales offer plum deals for property buyers

The Nation

LISTED AND non-listed property firms are launching special promotion campaigns to boost sales in the first quarter of this year before they are hit by a new Bank of Thailand (BOT) mortgage measure, effective April 1.

Learning to build without waste

The Nation

Circular construction is a better approach to property development at a time when the industry is wasting up to 30 per cent of the resources used in building projects, according to a property development executive and the head of a university eco-design centre.

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