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Urban development regulations need to be finalised soon to avoid damage to the city’s real estate sector. Bangkok was established as Thailand’s capital in 1782, but its evolution into a modern metropolis has been relatively recent, dating back to around 1960. Covering approximately 1,570 square kilometres today, Bangkok has grown dramatically from a small city with a population under two ... Read More >
Published on The Nation dated 17 October 2011 by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CBRE Thailand In the past one month, the escalation of the euro-zone debt crisis has dominated the headlines and has had a significant adverse impact on global stock markets, including the Stock Exchange of Thailand, which fell below 1,000.  In the wake of renewed glogal economic ... Read More >
Special for the Nation, Published on August 15, 2011 by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing director of CB Richard Ellis (Thailand) Co., Ltd., The trend for eco-friendly office buildings has been around in Thailand over the past few years. When the trend first emerged in 2009, it remained unforeseen whether the trend was here to stay or whether this was just a ... Read More >
An Interview with David Simister, Chairman of CB Richard Ellis Thailand, discussing the Phuket property and tourism markets. For more information, please visit our website. ... Read More >
By Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand, Published in The Nation dated July 18, 2011 The effect of the global crisis on Asian economies has worn out; most economies in the region are back on track and key Asian cities are drawing back foreign investors to its property markets. However, with Thailand’s political instability in the past two years, the ... Read More >
Published on Bangkok Post dated 3 July 2011 by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand. The property industry is one that many past governments have neglected and left to fend for itself, although it is a crucial element of the economy and forms the basis of many other businesses. A boost in the industry will assist in ... Read More >
By The Nation, published on May 27, 2011 Property-sales activity has rebounded in Phuket, according to global property-services firm CB Richard Ellis (CBRE). CBRE, which tracks sales through its Phuket office and research team, said there were more sales and active enquiries in the first quarter of this year than in 2010, signaling a recovery in the market. CBRE (Thailand) ... Read More >
By Ms. Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand Published on Bangkok Post dated June 5, 2011 In every established property market, the super prime properties are a segment on their own. Super prime properties do not follow the mass market, neither do the super rich buyers whose criterion and judgement are far removed from the general market ... Read More >
Hong Kong has the highest office rents in Asia, according to the latest CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Asia Pacific Office Marketview. Central Business District (CBD) office rents in Hong Kong are about THB 5,000 per square metre per month, compared to THB 680 per square metre per month in Bangkok.   Tokyo is in second position at THB 3,329 and the ... Read More >
Sales activity has rebounded in Phuket according to Mr. David Simister, Chairman of CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Thailand.  CBRE tracked sales through their Phuket office and research team and note that there are more sales and active enquiries in the first quarter of the year than in 2010, signalling a recovery in the market. Mr. Simister said at a recent ... Read More >
David Simister, Chariman of CB Richard Ellis Thailand was interviewed as a keynote speaker by Phuket Gazette TV at the AMCHAM Property Seminar held on April 29, 2011. Contact us for more info. on Resort Property Market: Phuket, Hua-Hin, Pattaya, Samui ... Read More >
Published on The Nation dated 18 April 2011 by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand K Village and Crystal Park two retail malls in Bangkok that are very different. Large open areas, low – slung buildings and lots of parking area make malls like this popular very quickly. Developers of these malls are newcomers in the retail ... Read More >
By Ms. Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand Lifestyle changes have resulted in changes in the way people live and where they live, with a clear shift from living in single detached houses in suburban areas to CBD condominiums. The shift from an individual house to condominiums requires significant adjustments. Those who are used to having their ... Read More >
By Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand With a series of natural disasters and political crisis that has happened globally during the past 12 months, we are urged to realise the fact that we live in uncertainty. Globalisation does not prevent us from the impact of these crises. People’s sentiments have begun to change, from never believing ... Read More >
Published on The Nation dated 24 January 2011 by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand Most condominium units in Thailand nowadays are offered on a freehold basis. However, you will occasionally come across projects that are offered on leasehold. The maximum lease term allowed in Thailand is 30 years, and this lease is registered with the Land ... Read More >

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