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CB Richard Ellis sees residential market sentiment as positive throughout the majority of 2009 with prices and opinion improving quarter on quarter. A recent press release from another agent highlighted the drop in the house price index, placing Thailand’s residential market 38th out of a sample of 42, above Dubai and three Eastern European countries. Whilst the Thai House Price ... Read More >
Bangkok Residential Sales MarketView Q3 09 For the second consecutive quarter the majority of sales have come from Thai nationals, who are not just looking to be end users but also to be buy to rent investors. Thai purchasers believe that prices have reached the bottom and are going to rise and see property as a reliable investment when compared ... Read More >
Bangkok Residential Leasing MarketView Q3 09  Five apartment buildings were completed, with a total of 62 units. The total supply of apartments units was 11,151 increasing by 0.56% Q-o-Q and 4.5% Y-O-Y. The total number of condominium units in downtown Bangkok grew by 1.7% Q-o-Q and 14.1% Y-O-Y to a total of 61,522 units. Grade A rents rose 1.5% Q-o-Q ... Read More >
Bangkok Overall MarketView Q3 09 The third quarter of 2009 saw improvements in many sectors of the property industry when compared to the first half of 2009. Every sector continues to encounter challenges. The hotel and industrial sectors continue to feel the full force of the global economic situation. The luxury condominium market saw a significant improvement in the number ... Read More >
There were two notable building transactions in the third quarter of 2009. Bangkok Broadcasting & Television Co. Ltd acquired 28 units at the Star Estate @ Rama III condominium project from Eastern Star Real Estate Public Co. Ltd for THB 124,594,047. In addition Bliss-Tel Public Co. Ltd paid THB 154,500,000 to AngKet Holding Co. Ltd for 250 units at their ... Read More >
Thailand Industrial MarketView Q3 09 Overall demand in the industrial property market remained weak, only 236 rai were sold, down 7.5% Q-o-Q and 82.2% Y-o-Y. A Chinese agricultural company bought 100 rai in Rojana Industrial Park, Ayutthaya. Automotive production has improved in Q3 2009 with manufacturing firms increasing production and recruiting new staff in August 2009. Vehicle production capacity utilization ... Read More >
Bangkok Luxury Hotel MarketView Q3 09 The hotel sector is still faced with reduced levels of tourism. Latest figures show that tourist numbers dropped 4.1% Y-o-Y. This is however a marketed improvement on figures from the first half of the year with Q1 showing a Y-o-Y decline of 17.9% and Q2 down 18.5%. Easing political tensions and a slowly improving ... Read More >
Bangkok Retail MarketView Q3 09 Although there is still downward pressure on rents, retail rents slightly increased in line with the economic recovery. The Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) and retail sales both saw an increase in Q3. Overall, there are signs of improvement in the retail sector, however continued improvement will depend on the speed of global and local economic ... Read More >
Markets remain busy as year end approaches •  The Chinese real estate investment market remained lively in November with institutional funds and SOEs actively pursuing deals for prime assets. Insurance companies continued to lay the groundwork for future deals following the expansion of their investment channels to include bonds, stocks, funds and real estate. Authorities announced that REITs would be ... Read More >
Bangkok – 2 December 2009 – London’s West End is again the world’s most expensive office market, according to CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Global Research and Consulting’s semi-annual Global Office Rents survey. Tokyo’s Inner Central has slipped to second place, followed by that city’s Outer Central market. Hong Kong’s Central Business District (CBD) and Moscow are fourth and fifth respectively ... Read More >
Transaction Volume Remains Solid But Hong Kong Cools China witnessed steady investment activity in October as banks continued to snap up quality en-bloc office properties while second-tier cities including Wuhan, Chengdu and Chongqing also saw plenty of activity. Prices recovered to the extent that foreign institutions were looking to dispose of assets in the hope they could break even or ... Read More >
London, 19 November 2009 – Germany has emerged as the number one target destination for retailers looking to expand their international presence in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region in 2010, according to new research from CB Richard Ellis. The report – How Active are Retailers in EMEA? – reveals that 47% of retailers surveyed as part of ... Read More >
Briefing Points The 3Q 2009 CBRE Global MarketView reports on the economic recovery and its implications for commercial real estate. Summary Clearly, a synchronized downturn is not being followed by a synchronized recovery. Regions and countries are experiencing widely divergent trends. The recovery is being led by Asia, with Latin America in second place. Europe and North America, together representing ... Read More >
Summary The major talking point in this quarter is the decline in the number of international tourists. Numbers fell 18.6% Q-o-Q and 14.4% Y-o-Y to around 3 million from 3.5 million in Q2 2008. Political instability and the global economic recession continued to be the main factor with the addition of Influenza A (H1N1). This has clearly had a dramatic ... Read More >
Summary The second quarter of 2009 started badly with civil disturbances in Bangkok over the Songkran (Thai New Year) holidays in April. However, despite this inauspicious commencement to the quarter there were signs of improvement in certain property sectors. The luxury condominium market saw a significant improvement in the number of sales compared to the first quarter. The majority of ... Read More >

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