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Published on The Nation dated 10 September 2010 by Somluck Srimalee    Real-estate firm upbeat on outlook for medium term in Bangkok, Phuket. Property firms are reporting a recovery of purchasing power affecting the luxury residential markets in Bangkok and resort destinations such as Phuket and Koh Samui. Promotional activity is beginning to awaken as projects suspended as long as ... Read More >
Published on The Nation dated 20 September 2010 by Aliwassa Pathanadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand Only three months on from the political chaos in Bangkok and all of Thailand’s economic indicators have turned around swiftly. Economic growth figures are beyond forecast levels and one of the highest in Southeast Asia. The economy’s strength is evidenced by the ... Read More >
CB Richard Ellis, the leading international property consultant and largest sales and marketing representative for luxury condominiums in Thailand, organises the company’s first property exhibition, the “CBRE Elite Living Showcase 2010”.  This special 11-day event running between 16 – 26 September 2010 at the Hall of Fame, M Floor, Siam Paragon will feature 11 premium condominium projects, hot deals of ... Read More >
International passenger arrivals to Bangkok Airports increased by 7% in August and international arrivals to Phuket increased by 40% The Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) has announced the air transport statistics for August 2010. Total international passenger disembarkations at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi and Don Muang airports were 1,259,584 in August 2010 compared to 1,177,333 in August 2009, an increase ... Read More >
พบกับปรากฏการณ์งานแสดงคอนโดมิเนียมและไลฟ์สไตล์สุดตระการตา พร้อมข้อเสนอ Hot Deals แห่งปีในงาน CBRE Elite Living Showcase 2010 16 – 26 กันยายน 2553  ณ Hall of Fame ชั้น M  สยามพารากอน คลิ๊กดูรายละเอียดโปรโมชั่น ... Read More >
International passenger arrivals to Bangkok Airports increased by 13% in July and international arrivals to Phuket increased by 42% The Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) has announced the air transport statistics for July 2010. Total international passenger disembarkations at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport were  1,328,131 in July 2010 compared to 1,171,857 in July 2009, an increase of 13% but ... Read More >
The 261- key Westin Siray Bay Resort and Spa opened on August 1 2010 and is the first Westin resort in Thailand. The property is located on the Siray Island which is connected by bridge to the east coast of Phuket and is only a short distance from Phuket Town. The reservation website showed a room rate of THB 10,250 ... Read More >
Published in the August/September 2010 Edition of The Brief, the Magazine of the British Chamber of Commerce in Thailand We are already half way through 2010 and already it has proved to be a memorable year, albeit for negatives reasons with the April-May anti-government protests in Bangkok. With the protests effectively closing down key areas of the Thai capital, how ... Read More >
Published on The Nation dated 2 August 2010 by Somluck Srimalee City condominiums generating returns of 5 to 10 percent Residential property, especially city condominiums, is emerging as a popular choice for investors, with returns for those buying condos for the purpose of renting them out currently averaging between 5 and 10 percent a year, property experts said. Those buying ... Read More >
International passenger arrivals to Bangkok Airports increased by 2% in June and International arrivals to Phuket increased by 47%. The Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) has announced the air transport statistics for June 2010. Total international passenger disembarkations at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport were 1,013,782 in June 2010 compared to 994,205 in June 2009, an increase of 2% but ... Read More >
Written by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Manging Director of CB Richrd Ellis Thailand and published on The Nation dated 19 July 2010 Following the political crisis in May, the Bangkok market seems to be back on track in project sales. However, what is happening in the southern resort markets such as Phuket is not as clear to the market, At present, the ... Read More >
Thai property developers are starting to look at overseas markets for new opportunities because of the intense competition in the Thai market, according to international property consultants CB Richard Ellis (CBRE). The first target markets are Vietnam and Cambodia because of their proximity, level of development and the local competition is not as well developed as the more mature markets ... Read More >
 There has been a dramatic impact on tourist arrivals from the events in April and May 2010. We are still confident that arrival numbers will recover the question how long will this take. We have taken the Airports of Thailand International Public Company Limited (AOT) passenger disembarkation numbers for The whole of Thailand (All airports managed by AOT) Bangkok international ... Read More >
Written by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand and published on The Nation dated 21 June 2010. From the recent events last month, our property management team has learned invaluable lessons from direct experience in managing 12 buildings in the red zone, seven of which were at the centre of the riot areas. Every company is concerned ... Read More >
Published on Bangkok Post dated 18 June 2010 by Nina Suebsuckharoen Not too long ago, property developers in Phuket were extremely optimistic about the future of the resort island and began talking in terms of a “Greater Phuket” market that included the neighbouring provinces of Phangnga and Krabi. Sadly, the global economic crisis and local political problems have stalled this ... Read More >

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