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ซีบีอาร์อีชี้ดีมานด์จากนักท่องเที่ยวดันอสังหาฯ ภูเก็ตโต เผยนักลงทุนซื้อวิลล่าและคอนโดตากอากาศ หวังปล่อยเช่าสร้างรายได้ น.ส.ประกายเพชร มีชูสาร ผู้อำนวยการแผนกซื้อขายบ้านพักตากอากาศ ซีบีอาร์อี ประเทศไทย เปิดเผยว่า ในปี 2561 ซีบีอาร์อีเชื่อว่าปริมาณนักท่องเที่ยวที่เพิ่มขึ้นจะยังคงเป็นแรงผลักดันสำคัญที่ทำให้เกิดความต้องการในตลาดอสังหาฯ ภูเก็ต ทั้งในตลาดที่พักตากอากาศและตลาดโรงแรม ... Read More >
CHINA-BASED Junfa Real Estate Co Ltd has made its first investment in Thailand with a joint-venture with Thai firm Charn Issara Plc . ... Read More >
Confidence among Chinese tourists visiting Thailand has recovered thanks to the visa waiver and their country's long Golden Week holiday, with arrivals up by 67% year-on-year last month. ... Read More >
The Holiday Inn Resort on Phi Phi Island, Phuket plans to launch a freehold property fund this month managed by One Asset Management. ... Read More >
At least five owners of land belonging to Phuket’s Sirinat National Park possess illegally issued title deeds, a Land Department probe has found. Following a request by the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) to nullify land title deeds for individuals, hotels and resorts believed to have encroached on the national park, the Land Department set up ... Read More >
The Department of Natural Resources and Environment’s attempt to demolish 14 luxury resorts built on Sirinath National Park in Phuket province is likely to drag out much longer than the middle of next month, when the Land Department is expected to verify the legality of the resorts’ land deeds. The resorts, mainly operated by international hotel chains, are reluctant to ... Read More >
Thailand industry tourism business in Pattaya is expected to decline this year, with the number of visitors likely to fall by 300,000 to 8.8 million and income predicted to come in at Bt90 billion, down 10 per cent.  Sinchai Wattanasatsaton, president of the Pattaya Business and Tourism Association, said yesterday that tourism business in the resort city had dropped by ... Read More >
BURITARA DEVELOPMENT CO has set aside an investment budget of Bt2 billion to develop condominium projects in tourist destinations in Thailand, Myanmar and Laos this year and next.  Half of that will be spent this year to develop three projects in Bang Saen and Pattaya, and the rest in 2015 to develop condo projects in Chiang Mai, Phuket, Myanmar and ... Read More >
The Lands Department says it is prepared to revoke any illegal land possession documents in Phuket’s Sirinat National Park if they are found to be illegal by an investigation to be held over the next 60 days.  “The investigation into land encroachment in Sirinat National Park must be conducted very carefully,” said newly appointed director-general Peerasak Hinmuangkow. “We cannot immediately ... Read More >
A direct commercial air service to Koh Phangan, home of the famous full moon parties, is expected to begin this year.  It will follow completion of a greenfield airport on Thailand’s fifth-largest island and the inauguration of flights by commuter carrier Kan Air.   Somphong Sooksanguan, the airport’s investor and Kan Air founder, confirmed the first flight would take place by ... Read More >
Jasmine International Plc will offer an infrastructure fund worth 60-70 billion baht, while liquor tycoon Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi’s property development arm will launch a property fund worth 25 billion baht to the public by the third quarter, says a source.  BBL Asset Management will be the fund manager of Jasmine’s fund, while Krung Thai Asset Management will act as fund manager ... Read More >
DEMAND FOR mortgages this year is likely to be lower than banks expect, as fewer borrowers require home loans, even at lower interest rates.  The slowdown for the country’s largest mortgage lenders in the first month reflects that consumers are delaying their decisions on buying a residence, making major developers suspend projects and shift to focus on their backlog, Chatchai ... Read More >
Kiatnakin Bank (KKP), the major player in the real-estate lending segment, plans to offer longer-term loans to small and medium-sized real-estate developers in a bid to help them with their cash flows amid a difficult business climate.  Vissarut Panyapinyopon, vice president for real-estate lending, said last week that the political unrest is among the factors contributing to downside risk, and ... Read More >
Fewer launches planned, targets cut as home-buyers’ confidence takes a tumble The combination of domestic political turmoil and an economic slowdown has forced Sena Development to cut the number of new residential projects to be launched this year, and to scale down its presales and revenue targets. “We have had to revise down our new project launches from at least ... Read More >
The board of Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) last week endorsed a 145-million-baht maximum budget for building the facility, designed to render much-needed capacity before the airport’s main expansion, costing 5.8 billion baht, is completed in mid-2015. The approval came as the AoT board also asked management to conduct a feasibility study for a second runway at Phuket to meet ... Read More >

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