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Published on The Nation dated 23 April 2012 by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CBRE Thailand This year, one of the serious and growing problems facing the property industry is the lack of trained and experienced human resources. Each year, more than a hundred new buildings of all types are coming into the market. Whether they are condominiums, offices, hotels, ... Read More >
Published on Bangkok Post dated 22 April 2012 by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CBRE Thailand Offering views hard to beat in such a congested city, spots near the Chao Phraya are sure to receive increased attention from developers, which could lead to the area becoming a residential leader Those of us in the property business are often asked what ... Read More >
Minor Property Group recently sold one of 14 spacious villas in its super-luxury Estates Samui project, at an undisclosed price. The company did not reveal the price quoted to a Thai national. Nestled amongst the lush secluded hillside of stunning Laem Yai Bay on the Northwestern tip of the paradise island, The Estates, Samui is adjacent to the Four Seasons ... Read More >
Small and medium-sized property firms are facing heavier restrictions than in the past when they seek loans from commercial banks for new condominium projects as the banks try to manage their risks from new developers entering the market. Some companies have to show presales of between 50 and 60 per cent of total project value before they can get a ... Read More >
Athenee Residence, a luxury condominium development in Bangkok CBD acheived the highest price at over THB190,000/sqm by CBRE Thailand More property details, visit http://bit.ly/HXs6G9 ... Read More >
Capital Residence proved to be popular among Japanese tenants with 9 deals done by CBRE Thailand recently For leasing enquiries, please contact CBRE Residential Leasing Services on +66 2654 1111 ext 421 or res.leasing@cbre.co.th. For more property details, please visit http://bit.ly/I8lgep   ... Read More >
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is cashing in on the fast-growing hospitality market in Thailand with an aggressive plan to double the number of its hotels and resorts here to 24 over the next five years, thanks partly to the implemen-tation of the Asean Economic Community (AEC) in 2015, which will drive regional travel traffic. At the same time, the group ... Read More >
The Transport Ministry is mulling a plan to build a new state-run airport on Koh Samui as an alternative to the existing privately-run facility amid complaints of high airport fees. The move is also intended to end the monopoly on the airport service on the island. Transport Minister Jarupong Ruangsuwan had told the board of Airports of Thailand to study ... Read More >
The Land Department chief has been transferred to an inactive post only five months before his mandatory retirement. The cabinet yesterday approved a proposal to transfer Anuwat Metheewibulwut to a deputy interior permanent secretary’s post and appoint Lampang governor Booncherd Kidhen as the department’s director-general. The governors of Rayong, Lampang,Trang, Surat Thani, Roi Et, Nakhon Sawan and Phitsanulok have also ... Read More >
A new record price for freehold condominium in Central Lumpini, Bangkok achieved at THB 250,000 / sq.m. by CBRE Thailand   ... Read More >
ผลสำรวจของบลูมเบิร์ก ระบุว่า ชาวอินเดียโดยทั่วไปต้องทำงานนานถึง 3 ศตวรรษ จึงจะสามารถซื้อบ้านหรูในมุมไบได้ ส่งผลให้มุมไบกลายเป็นเมืองที่คนท้องถิ่นมีปัญญาจ่ายค่าที่พักน้อยที่สุดในโลก โดยบ้านหรูขนาด 100 ตารางเมตรมีราคาประมาณ 1.14 ล้านดอลลาร์ หรือ 308 เท่าของรายได้เฉลี่ยต่อปีของชาวอินเดีย บ้านในเซี่ยงไฮ้มีราคาแพงกว่ารายได้เฉลี่ยของชาวจีนทั่วไปประมาณ 233 เท่า ขณะที่บ้านในกรุงมอสโกมีราคาแพงกว่ารายได้เฉลี่ยของชาวรัสเซีย 144 เท่า ส่วนประชาชนในสิงคโปร์และนิวยอร์ก ต้องทำงานนาน 43 ปี และ 48 ปีตามลำดับ จึงจะสามารถจ่ายค่าบ้านหรูได้ ราคาบ้านบนทำเลทองในมุมไบเฉลี่ยประมาณตารางเมตรละ 11,400 ดอลลาร์ ขณะที่กำลังซื้อต่อหัวของชาวอินเดียอยู่ที่ 3,700 ดอลลาร์ ส่วนราคาที่อยู่อาศัยในเซี่ยงไฮ้อยู่ที่ตารางเมตรละ 19,600 ดอลลาร์ ขณะที่ชาวจีนมีรายได้เฉลี่ย 8,400 ดอลลาร์ ที่มา : กรุงเทพธุรกิจ 12 เมษายน 2555 ... Read More >
US-based Pegasus Capital Advisors LP, a private equity fund manager, through one or more of its affiliates, has entered a binding agreement to acquire the Bangkok-based ultra-luxury resort and spa business of Six Senses Resorts & Spas for an undisclosed sum. Under the terms of the deal, Pegasus will acquire all of the Six Senses and Evason-branded resort and spa ... Read More >
Group to focus on financial business as rice trade declines MBK Group said yesterday that it was considering the development of a mixed-used property project worth Bt5 billion to Bt6 billion on an 18-rai (nearly 3 hectares) plot it owns in Pattaya. The Montien Hotel currently occupies the spot. Its lease with MBK expires next January. MBK also announced yesterday ... Read More >
Demand and purchasing power for homes grew in the first quarter this year,especially in the provinces, as the trend of rising prices pushed consumers to make faster decisions, says the Thai Home Constructions Association. The association found demand rising 15-20% in homebuilding markets in the North, Northeast and South, while growth was marginal in Greater Bangkok. Factors supporting growth in ... Read More >
Mr. Thanapol Sirithanachai (2nd from left), Managing Director of Univentures Plc., and Mr. Nithipat Tongpun (Left), Executive Director of CBRE Thailand, sole agent of Park Ventures, welcome Mr. Weera Mongkolmahalarp (2nd from right), Assistant General Manager of Finance & Administration at Club21 (Thailand) Co., Ltd. and exchange an agreement for leasing office space at Park Ventures Ecoplex, a Grade A ... Read More >

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