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In Q2 2013 serviced industrial land plot sales totalled 1,450 rai, increasing 105% Q-o-Q and increasing 4% Y-o-Y. Hemaraj’s H1 2013 land sales have surpassed more than half of Hemaraj’s full year target of 1,800. Amata’s H1 land sales have been sluggish however Amata expects sales to be much stronger in H2 2013 and therefore is maintaining a sales target of ... Read More >
Bangkok Retail MarketView, Q2 2013 The performance of the Bangkok retail property market remained strong. The total supply was 6,247,125 sq.m., increasing by 4.1% Y-o-Y. It slightly increased by 1% from the last quarter, with an additional 63,337 sq.m. in four new retail developments: Nihonmura mall, Green plaza, The Walk – Kasrt navamintra and Imagine Village. Construction is progressing in ... Read More >
Bangkok Office Rentals MarketView, Q2 2013 The total amount of completed office space is 8,100,000 square metres. The overall vacancy rate is now 11.1% and Grade A CBD vacancy is 11.8%. Total net take-up in 2012 was 160,000 square metres. Total net take-up in Q2 was 51,000 sq.m. The total net take-up of the first of 2013 was 86,000 sq.m. ... Read More >
CBRE’s Q2 2013 Asia Pacific Retail MarketView reveals that rental growth largely unchanged as retailer demand remains steady across most markets ... Read More >
CBRE’s Q2 2013 Asia Pacific Capital Markets MarketView shows transaction volume declines but market remains positive as prices record steady growth. ... Read More >
CBRE’s Q1 2013 Phuket Residential MarketView showed there was positive momentum in the Phuket property market. International passenger arrivals at Phuket International Airport increased by 23% Y-o-Y from Q1 2012 and 36% Y-o-Y from Q1 2011, according to the Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT). The resort condominium market continues to improve with better sales volume and a higher ... Read More >
CBRE’s Q1 2013 Thailand Investment MarketView reveals that there were no major land transactions in the CBD but asking prices continued to rise There was continued demand for the limited number of income producing properties being offered for sale. CBRE expects that there will be an increase in the number of developers planning Public Listed Property Funds before the end ... Read More >
FIRST  SUPER  LUXURY  CONDOMINIUM  LAUNCHED  IN SUKHUMVIT  AREA  AT  THE  AVERAGE  ASKING  PRICE  OF THB 200,000 PER SQUARE METRE In  this  quarter,  we  have  seen large  public  listed  developers such  as  Supalai  and  Sansiri coming  back  to  launch  high-rise condominiums  in  the  downtown market. The hottest condominium project  was  the  XXXIX  by  Sansiri. This  project,  located  in  Soi Sukhumvit  39,  ... Read More >
ASIA LUXURY HOME MARKET STABILISES BUT WEAK ECONOMIC CLIMATE LIMITS POTENTIAL FOR REBOUND Luxury home prices in Asia strengthened in Q3 2012 with the CBRE Asia Luxury Residential Price Index increasing by 2.4% q-o-q, marking the end of four consecutive quarters of decline. Prices rebounded in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen thanks mainly to improved buyer sentiment. Limited supply and ... Read More >
RENTS REMAIN STATIC AS WEAKER DEMAND AND SLOWER RETAIL SALES FORCE LANDLORDS TO TURN MORE FLEXIBLE The CBRE Asia Pacific Prime Rental Index increased by 0.7% in Q3 2012, a rate marginally above the 0.68% recorded in Q2 2012 and the fourth consecutive quarter in which growth has remained below 1.0%. Landlords turned more flexible when conducting lease negotiations as ... Read More >
INVESTMENT MARKET REMAINS ACTIVE BUT EXTERNAL FACTORS CONTINUE TO CLOUD SHORT-TERM OUTLOOK Buying momentum in key real estate investment markets in Asia Pacific remained strong in Q3 2012. Although investment turnover declined by 4.1% q-o-q to around US$18.7 billion this figure was still 21% above the three-year quarterly average. Worries over the Eurozone debt crisis took a back seat to ... Read More >
GLOBAL OFFICE MARKET INDICES SHOW LITTLE CHANGE IN Q3 2012 CBRE’s Global Office Indices reveal that market values and rents were largely unchanged in Q3 2012, as both occupiers and investors remain bogged down by uncertainty. CBRE’s Global Rent Index registered a nega-tive 0.07% while the Global Office Capital Value Index ticked up slightly, with a gain of 0.6%. While ... Read More >
Bangkok Residential MarketView, Q2 2012 THE  MAJORITY  OF  NEW  SUPPLY  CONTINUES  TO  BE  ONE BEDROOM UNITS WITH THE MOST DEMAND FOR A LARGER LIVING AREA GOING TO THE LOW RISE HOUSING MARKET. There were limited  new launches in the downtown market as rising land  prices  meant  that  new developments are priced at levels that  are  only  affordable  for  a small  ... Read More >
Bangkok Office MarketView, Q2 2012 The  office  market  has  been improving  steadily.    The  net  take-up  in  the  second  quarter  of  this year  was  36,709  sq.m.,  which increased  by  3.20%  Q-o-Q  and 107.67%  Y-o-Y. The  overall vacancy  rate  decreased  from 13.86%  to  13.25%.    The  grade  A CBD vacancy rate fell from 18.33% in  Q1  2012  to  17.16%  in  Q2 2012.    There  ... Read More >
Bangkok Residential MarketView Q1 2012 The performance of the condominium sector has been mixed depending on property type and location. We are seeing some broad trends emerging. In the luxury condominium sector we are seeing significant price increases for a limited number of the best quality, best location, larger two and three bedroom units and very limited new supply. There ... Read More >

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