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Bangkok property has received a boost with the new Orange Line winning cabinet approval to go ahead. ... Read More >
Thailand investment property is all set for a boost. The Finance Ministry is considering a plan for mortgage insurance in the property sector. The aim is to reduce credit risks for financial institutions and therefore enable homebuyers easier access to housing loans. Mortgage insurance is a policy that compensates lenders for damages caused by loan defaults. ... Read More >
There are going to be some new areas for investment property in Thailand on the new Red line commuter rail system. The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) have signed a 32.39 billion THB contract with a Japanese consortium to construct the electrical and mechanical systems of the planned Red line. ... Read More >
A new version of the draft bill on the land and buildings tax, this one with an eye towards curbing speculation, will be proposed soon to Finance Minister Apisak Tantivorawong. The draft is expected to push real estate speculators to use their land at a faster pace and fill up the coffers of local administrators' organisations. ... Read More >
UDD urges vote on foreigner tenures Criticism has flared over the government's plan to amend a law to allow foreign investors to lease state land for up to 99 years. The government earlier said the amendment of the commercial and industrial leases in the immovable property act, ... Read More >
Listed property companies have set aside investment budgets worth around Bt60 billion combined to buy land this year for the development of residential projects and investment overseas through to the end of next year. Many of them have expressed confidence that ... Read More >
The idea of letting foreign investors lease land in Bangkok and Thailand for up to 99 years for commercial and industrial purposes has been off and on for several years. ... Read More >
The property market will grow by 5-10% nationwide this year, especially in greater Bangkok, thanks to the government's investment in infrastructure projects. ... Read More >
Investment in Bangkok, Thailand should be growing. Thailand's economic growth, move towards Asean integration, trade becoming easier particularly in special economic zones (SEZs), have given foreign companies confidence to continue expanding. ... Read More >
ธนารักษ์รับลูก “สมคิด” เร่งหารือหน่วยงานเกี่ยวข้อหาข้อยุติแก้กฎหมายเช่าที่ราชพัสดุยาว 99 ปี แจงต้องได้ข้อสรุปภายในเดือนนี้ หวังใช้เป็นเครื่องมือดึงดูดนักลงทุนไทย-เทศ แหล่งข่าวจากกระทรวงการคลัง เปิดเผยว่า นายสมคิด จาตุศรีพิทักษ์ รองนายกรัฐมนตรี ได้สั่งการให้กระทรวงการคลัง โดยกรมธนารักษ์เร่งหารือกับหน่วยงานที่เกี่ยวข้องเพื่อหาข้อยุติการแก้ไขกฎหมายเช่าที่ดินราชพัสดุได้ยาวเวลา 99 ปี ... Read More >
New land appraisal prices in special economic zones (SEZs) for 2016-19 are set for an increase of 39% on average compared with the average rise of 28% nationwide from 2012-15. Treasury Department director-general Chakkrit Parapuntakul said the new prices would take effect on New Year's Day next Friday. ... Read More >
According to the Real Estate Information Centre (REIC) is forecasting the skyrocketing prices of land in key border provinces to stabalise over the next few years. Director General of REIC, Samma Kitsin, said that thanks to flourishing border trade and the presence of special economic zones land prices will not fall despite the slowdown in property transactions. ... Read More >
"สีลม" ทุบสถิติวาละ1ล้าน-มุกดาหารถูกสุด 25 บาท/วา เปิดราคาประเมินที่ดินใหม่ ทั่วประเทศปรับขึ้น 25% รถไฟฟ้าบีทีเอสดันที่ดินในเมืองพุ่ง 75% ถนนสีลมทุบสถิติแพงสุดวาละ 1 ล้าน ตามมาติด ๆเพลินจิต-ราชดำริ 9 แสน/ตร.ว. และสาทร-วิทยุ 7.5 แสน/ตร.ว. ... Read More >
Thailand's total investments are expected to grow by 8-9 per cent next year, compared to 2-3 per cent on average during the past several years, because of government initiatives, especially in the high-technology sector, resulting in an economic expansion of 5 per cent next year. ... Read More >
Bangkok investment has been made by the cabinet approving a 50% cut in the one off lease management fee for land in the 6 special economic zones. ... Read More >

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