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Bangkok – Thailand

Habitat Group Uses Its Strengths to Combat Soft Bangkok Condo Market

Date of article: Q3 2018 While some experts are noting that demand for Bangkok condominium units is going soft, or lessening in layman’s terms, developer Habitat Group believes its strengths will allow two upcoming projects in the Thai capital to succeed. The firm revealed that it will launch a pair of luxury condominium developments in central Bangkok as well as a Pattaya project later this year. “We...

Bangkok Condo Rental Market 2018 Snapshot Presented By Dot Property

Date of article: Q1 2019 The Bangkok condo rental market has lured investors with the promise of strong yields. However, not all condo units are capable of this. And even if you purchase the right condo in the right location, you still need to find atenant. The Bangkok Condo Rental Market2018 Snapshot presented by Dot Property contains an up-close look at supply, demand, and trends that emerged last year....

The Belt and Road Initiative In SouthEast Asia Takes Shape, But What’s Next?

Date of article: Q4 2019 When Chinese President Xi Jinping officially launched the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), he did so hoping the country’s major infrastructure investment would boost trade and stimulate economic growth on a worldwide scale. Southeast Asia was seen a natural benefactor of the project thanks to its close proximity to China, developing economies and the need for infrastructure...

Will the High-Speed Train Fuel a Northeast Thailand Property Boom?

Date of article: Q4 2019  Many investors and large-scale developers continue to focus on Bangkok and Thailand’s tourist destinations to extend their reach. But are they are overlooking exceptional opportunities elsewhere in the Kingdom? According to Isan Real Estate, the answer is a resounding yes. In particular, the agency believes Nong Khai, Udon Thani, and Khon Kaen are brimming with potential....

BANGKOK’S GREY LINE GETS GREEN LIGHT, BUT WILL THONG LOR PROPERTY MARKET BENEFIT?

Date of article: Q4 2019 Source: Dot Property Magazine ISSUE 029 WINTER 19/20 Bangkok’s mass transit expansion plans are well under way, but it seemed as if the Grey Line was the one proposed project that wouldn’t get off the ground. The monorail project was slated to travel down Thong Lor, connecting the middle Sukhumvit area to Rama IX and Lat Phrao in the north and the riverside in the south....

Why you should keep an eye on the area around Mega Bangna

The new mass transit system This area has high potential because of the future expansion of the mass transit system. Currently the only mass transit in the area is the Green BTS Sukhumvit line which is approximately 10 km away from Mega Bangna. This will all change in the next 2 years, with the introduction of the yellow line from Ladprao to Samrong. The real influencer is actually the extension of...

Bangkok ranks 7th as the world’s most connected city with China

According to JLL, Chinese businesses are now expanding their global footprint through targeting emerging markets, acquiring overseas firms and making strategic investments in new technologies. Bangkok is the 10th most popular destination for mainland firms expanding overseas, and ranks 3rd in terms of the volume of Chinese corporate leasing activity over the last 3 years. Referring to China 12:...

Bangkok overtakes London’s seat as the most popular city for travelers!

In 2017, for a second year in a row, Thailand was ranked 18th as the best place for expats from Internation.org and CNN. Bangkok is the most popular city in the world for international travelers! on top of London’s ranked. It’s just a right place to be! Thailand’s location is so good,the hub for South East Asia. Central of Asean,you easily get to everywhere. It’s 2 hours to Singapore,3 hours to...

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