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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 >
Published in the August/September 2010 Edition of The Brief, the Magazine of the British Chamber of Commerce in Thailand We are already half way through 2010 and already it has proved to be a memorable year, albeit for negatives reasons with the April-May anti-government protests in Bangkok. With the protests effectively closing down key areas of the Thai capital, how ... Read More >
Written by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Manging Director of CB Richrd Ellis Thailand and published on The Nation dated 19 July 2010 Following the political crisis in May, the Bangkok market seems to be back on track in project sales. However, what is happening in the southern resort markets such as Phuket is not as clear to the market, At present, the ... Read More >
Thai property developers are starting to look at overseas markets for new opportunities because of the intense competition in the Thai market, according to international property consultants CB Richard Ellis (CBRE). The first target markets are Vietnam and Cambodia because of their proximity, level of development and the local competition is not as well developed as the more mature markets ... Read More >
Published on Bangkok Post dated 18 June 2010 by Nina Suebsuckharoen Not too long ago, property developers in Phuket were extremely optimistic about the future of the resort island and began talking in terms of a “Greater Phuket” market that included the neighbouring provinces of Phangnga and Krabi. Sadly, the global economic crisis and local political problems have stalled this ... Read More >
Published on Bangkok Post dated 20 June 2010 By Nina Suebsukcharoen The full consequences of the May political unrest have yet to be felt, but the demand for residences, offices and industrial properties in Bangkok just refuses to go away It is still too early to assess the impact of the two months of civil disturbance on all types of ... 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 Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), operated by the Traffic and Transportation Department of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, has begun running along the first route from the Chong Nonsi BTS station to the Ratchada-Ratchapreuk intersection in Thonburi. The 16.5 kilometer route comprises of 12 stations with a designated lane for the buses. From our observations, the buses arrive at 5-10 minute ... 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 >
Thailand’s cabinet approved on May 25th a one month extension of the reduced house transfer and mortgage registration fees until the end of June 2010. Transfer fees will remain reduced from 2% to 0.01% and mortgage registration fees from 1% to 0.01%. This will reduce costs for the sale of completed property but will have no effect on off plan ... 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 >
Bangkok – 17 May 2010 – CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Thailand announces temporary relocation of its Bangkok office to Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC) on Bangna-Trad Road, effective from 17 May 2010, due to the current situation to ensure the continuity in providing services. CBRE will be operating a reduced office hours from Monday to Friday at 9 ... Read More >
Written by Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis Thailand and Published on The Nation dated 19 April 2010. Thailand’s political crisis has dominated news headlines for the past month and it is undeniably a pressing issue that businesses cannot ignore. The prolonged protests and crisis have had effects far beyond the tourism and hotel industries, with impacts on ... 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 >
Source: Bangkok Post, March 23, 2010 The cabinet has agreed to extend tax incentive measures to stimulus the property development sector, which will end on March 28, for another two months, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said on Tuesday afternoon.  “The decision was made on ground that about 10,000 people who had bought their homes might not be able to transfer ... Read More >

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