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Investment Property in the CBD still showing rising asking prices

By on Jul 11, 2013 in Research

CBRE’s Q1 2013 Thailand Investment MarketView reveals that there were no major land transactions in the CBD but asking prices continued to risethailistproperty

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 of the year after which no more funds can be established.

To date, no one has used the new REIT structure for property assets even though these allow increased gearing.

There have been two acquisitions of public listed companies property companies by investors who want property exposure. Both Metrostarbought by the Viddayakorn family and Natural Park bought by the Maleenont family contained few income producing assets and the new investors will use these companies as a vehicle for new development.  To read / download the full report, visit : Investment Property asking prices in CBD

Toby has been living in Bangkok for a number of years and has a strong research background. With his years in Thailand Toby brings a wide range of property knowledge to his research writing

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