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Published on Bangkok Post dated 20 June 2010 By Nina Suebsukcharoen The full consequences of the May political unrest have yet to be felt, but the demand for residences, offices and industrial properties in Bangkok just refuses to go away It is still too early to assess the impact of the two months of civil disturbance on all types of ... Read More >
International passenger arrivals to Bangkok Airports decreased by 8% in May and International arrivals to Phuket increased by 62% The Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited has announced the air transport statistics for May 2010. “The results are not as bad as many expected with Bangkok’s international disembarkations only down 8% on May 2009 while Phuket’s international disembarkations increased by ... Read More >
The Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), operated by the Traffic and Transportation Department of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, has begun running along the first route from the Chong Nonsi BTS station to the Ratchada-Ratchapreuk intersection in Thonburi. The 16.5 kilometer route comprises of 12 stations with a designated lane for the buses. From our observations, the buses arrive at 5-10 minute ... Read More >
Thailand’s cabinet approved on May 25th a one month extension of the reduced house transfer and mortgage registration fees until the end of June 2010. Transfer fees will remain reduced from 2% to 0.01% and mortgage registration fees from 1% to 0.01%. This will reduce costs for the sale of completed property but will have no effect on off plan ... Read More >
International passenger arrivals to Bangkok airports decreased by 0.6% in April while international arrivals to Phuket increased by 41.4% According to statistics collected by CB Richard Ellis from Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT), the total number of disembarking international passengers at all AOT managed airports in April 2010 was 1,318,606 compared to 1,286,119 in April 2009 a 2.5% ... Read More >
Bangkok – 17 May 2010 – CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Thailand announces temporary relocation of its Bangkok office to Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC) on Bangna-Trad Road, effective from 17 May 2010, due to the current situation to ensure the continuity in providing services. CBRE will be operating a reduced office hours from Monday to Friday at 9 ... Read More >
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International passenger arrivals to Bangkok Airport increase by 13% in March and International arrivals to Phuket increase by 39% The total number of disembarking international passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport in March 2010 was 1,414,916 compared to 1,254,193 in March 2009 a 13% increase.  The number of total number of disembarking domestic passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport was 495,867 compared to 382,741 ... Read More >
Written by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand and Published on The Nation dated 19 April 2010. Thailand’s political crisis has dominated news headlines for the past month and it is undeniably a pressing issue that businesses cannot ignore. The prolonged protests and crisis have had effects far beyond the tourism and hotel industries, with impacts on ... Read More >
International passenger arrivals to Bangkok Airport increase by 25% in February and International arrivals to Phuket increase by 71% The total number of disembarking international passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport in February 2010 was 1,397,638 compared to 1,120,310 in February 2009 a 25% increase. The number of total number of disembarking domestic passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport was 491,437 compared to 337,661 ... Read More >
In an economy and a market where bank interest rates are low, and resort developments is slowing down, there are opportunities for branded residential property owners to rent out their properties as holiday homes to earn additional income. Visit CBRE Samui for more details on Conrad Koh Samui Residences ... Read More >
According to the Bangkok Post the deputy finance minister Pradit Phataraprasit announced that the tax incentives for property will end on March 28, 2010. This means that transfer tax will go back up to 2% of assessed value from 0.01%. Certain vendors including property developers will pay 3.3% specific business tax up from 0.11%.  Mortgage registration will increase from 0.01% to ... Read More >
The number of disembarking international passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport was 1,519,488 in January 2010 up 24% compared to January 2009 when we still feeling the effects of the December 2008 Airport closure. Domestic passenger disembarkations at Suvarnabhumi Airport were 551,954 compared to 386,637 in January 2009. Bangkok’ Don Muang airport has minimal international passengers. Domestic disembarkations were 119,484 in January ... Read More >

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