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CB Richard Ellis Thailand is pleased to announce the launch of the latest updated edition of its website. Previously, the www.cbre.co.th was noted for its outstanding achievements in winning local, regional and international awards, including the Best International Commercial Real Estate Agency Website at the 2009 International Property Awards in association with CNBC Arabia. Websites are never static and we ... Read More >
Office buildings in Bangkok had been very open for public access but growing demand globally from multinational companies for greater security has now increased the need for access control to be built into the design and specification of office buildings, according to leading international property consultant, CB Richard Ellis. CB Richard Ellis has seen a general upgrade of security in ... Read More >
CB Richard Ellis, the leading international property consultant firm in Thailand, has successfully selected a hotel operator for Ashlee Company Limited, the owner of a new hotel in Phuket.  This 108-room hotel will be managed by Centra, the latest hotel brand by Centara Hotels & Resorts, from December 2010 onwards and will be named the “Centra Ashlee Hotel Patong.” CB ... Read More >
Cambodia’s first luxury private island resort has released its last remaining over-water villas to potential buyers looking to secure a rare piece of paradise.   Song Saa Private Island will be the first resort to be built in Cambodia’s pristine Koh Rong Archipelago, and sets a new standard for responsible high-end accommodation in this emerging tourism destination. Developers Rory and ... Read More >
CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has been named the top real estate advisor and consultancy firm at the global, regional and local level in the 2010 Euromoney Real Estate Awards. This is the fourth time the company has won this prestigious title since Euromoney began the awards in 2005. CBRE was also voted the number one advisor and consultancy firm overall ... Read More >
The stock exchange of Thailand announced today that Laguna Resort and Hotels have agreed to sell the Dusit Laguna Resort Phuket to Dusit Thani Public Limited. The total consideration is 2,716,000,000 baht including transfer tax paid by the purchaser which equates to 12,017,700 baht per room for the 226 room hotel. Dusit Thani has managed the hotel for 23 years ... Read More >
CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has been ranked the #1 commercial property management firm in the world, according to National Real Estate Investor, the leading magazine for professional real estate investors.  CBRE has retained the top position in the publication’s annual ranking for seven consecutive years. CB Richard Ellis manages more than 2.5 billion sq. ft. (232.3 million sq.m.) of commercial ... Read More >
Published on Bangkok Post dated 18 July By Nina Suebsukcharoen During what some fear may only be a lull in sporadic civil unrest, a Bangkok commercial property services adviser gives tips that could ward off potential calamity. Strong fears of more violence breaking out on Bangkok streets have led to many foreign companies identifying buildings farther away from the central ... Read More >
Source: Property Report dated June 23, 2010 by Andrew Batt Despite the ongoing political instability prices for condominiums in Bangkok have not dropped – and in some cases they’ve been rising as demand from local buyers continues to drive the sector. Research from CB Richard Ellis (Thailand) showed the majority of condominium sales during the first quarter of 2010 came from ... Read More >
Bangkok – 21 June 2010 – CB Richard Ellis (CBRE), the world’s largest commercial real estate services company, announced the transfer of CBRE UK’s Senior Economist, Ms. Eilidh Callum, to the CBRE Research and CBRE Consulting business based in Bangkok. In this role, Ms. Callum will drive forward the in-house research and consultancy capability for Thailand, specifically focusing on growing ... Read More >
The Wall Street Journal, 20 May 2010, By PATRICK BARTA and ALEX FRANGOS Thailand’s standing as a major investment destination is coming under question as its government fails to resolve the country’s bloody political crisis and economic damage mounts. Bangkok grew calmer Thursday, a day after hard-line protesters set fire to the country’s stock exchange headquarters, a major shopping mall, ... Read More >
BANGKOK POST  Issued date 9 May 2010 The Thai market has historically shown it can weather crises without damage to investors     The protracted political stand-off that has turned parts of Bangkok’s inner city into a barricaded fortress for more than a month is unlikely to lead to dramatic drops in property values, although some people have deferred buying decisions for ... Read More >
CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Thailand has made outstanding achievements at the Asia Pacific Property Awards in association with Bloomberg Television. The winners were announced the gala dinner on 16th April at The Langham Hotel in Hong Kong which was well attended by hundreds of property professionals from across Asia Pacific. The annual event is part of the International Property Awards, ... Read More >

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