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The current flooding situation will have an impact across the board on all property sectors, but will vary in degree and extent, according to a leading real estate consultant CBRE Thailand. In the short-term, business is likely to slow down as people will be busy solving their own problems . Overall, the flooding will result in changes in demand patterns ... Read More >
On 19th October 2011, CBRE Thailand staff together with its clients and the owner of Royal Residence Park had donated necessities items to aid flood victims in Ayudhya province and nearby. To see more pictures, please click here ... Read More >
Once again CBRE Thailand has organised its charity auction to raise funds for flood victims in Thailand. The charity auction was held on 6th October at CBRE’s Bangkok head office. A total of THB 98,710 was raised and donated to the Rajaprajanugroh Foundation (under the patronage of HM the King) on 18th October. Many charity organizations throughout Thailand are still ... Read More >
Demand from the expatriate market remains strong for apartment rentals in downtown Bangkok, driven by both a limited supply in the number of apartment units and preference for apartments over condominiums, according to a leading property consultant CBRE. At present, there are approximately 12,000 apartment units located in downtown Bangkok, with less than 500 units in the construction pipeline, according ... Read More >
Terminal 21, located on the corner of the Asoke and Sukhumvit intersection was officially opened yesterday (October 11, 2011). The 40,000 sq.m. themed shopping mall sees you arrival at the Terminal and you are transported to different cities from around the world on every floor for example Rome on the ground floor and Tokyo, San Francisco and London on the ... Read More >
Published on Bangkok Post dated 13 September 2011 by CB Richard Ellis Thailand Income-producing properties are still in demand in Thailand as seen from major hotel and land purchases in the second quarter, says the property consultancy firm CB Richard Ellis (CBRE). The Sofitel Silom hotel was sold to an associate of The Pioneer Global Group. The same associate, with ... Read More >
Published on Bangkok Post dated 28 August 2011 by David Simister, Chairman of CB Richard Ellis Thailand   Foreign buyers are leading a shift away from freehold units towards high-end properties that offer better services While Bangkok property buyers may be seeking signs of improvement following the recent elections, it is interesting to note that not only are foreign buyers ... Read More >
As an industry leader in online property marketing, CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Thailand launches its first mobile phone application to provide real time updated stock for residential sales properties in Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya, Hua-Hin and Samui. The launch of the iPhone, iPad and iPod application which is available for free download from the Apple’s App Store marks a milestone for ... Read More >
With a more positive political outlook, the Bangkok office market is beginning to see a move forward and growth in demand and rent, following a period where the market has been held back due to the combination of the global crisis and Thailand’s political uncertainty, according to a leading property consultant CB Richard Ellis (CBRE). Whilst office demand has been ... Read More >
Interview with Theerathorn Prapunpong, Director of Residential Leasing Services at CB Richard Ellis Thailand discussing the historical residential rental deal in 2011 for Bangkok’s condominium. For more information, please visit our website.   ... Read More >
On 12 July 2011, the French Embassy in Bangkok sold its property located on South Sathorn Road to City Virtue Limited, in an effort to regroup all the Embassy services on its Bangrak location, where a new facility is going to be constructed. CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Thailand was awarded the exclusive consultancy appointment and advised the French Embassy throughout ... Read More >
As Pattaya bounces back again to become a hot spot for condominium buyers, this leading beach destination is attracting foreign and Thai investors, including international celebrities who have chosen Thailand as the place for their holiday home. The latest newcomer to Pattaya is Jimmy White, one of the world’s snooker legends, winning a total of 23 professional titles and competing ... Read More >
Published on The Nation dated 20 June 2011 by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand Up until 2005, property marketing focused on offline channels such newspaper and magazine advertising as well as signage combined with public relations events and exhibitions. Nowadays though, almost every industry incorporates an element of digital marketing into their sales campaigns, including the ... Read More >
Published on Bangkok Post dated 20 June 2011 by Kanana Katharangsiporn High occupancies add to Phuket’s appeal More hotel investment transactions will be completed in the second half of this year, mainly in Phuket where occupancy rates have been strong, says Robert McIntosh, executive director of CBRE Hotels in Asia-Pacific. He forecast the value of hotel investment transactions in 2011 ... Read More >
For the third consecutive year CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Thailand has made outstanding achievements at the Asia Pacific Property Awards in association with Bloomberg Television.  The winners were announced at the gala dinner on 31st May at The Longemont Hotel in Shanghai which was well attended by hundreds of property professionals from across Asia Pacific. The annual event is part ... Read More >

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