Archive for March, 2009

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Realty agent invests to reverse slide

Realty agent invests to reverse slide
International property agency Knight Frank Chartered (Thailand) has set aside a Bt50 million budget for an aggressive marketing campaign to boost sales and achieve a target of between Bt2.5 - Bt3 billion. The plan follows a tough period which has seen a drop in both domestic and foreign buying. Full story

Demand soars along Makkasan-Asoke route

Demand soars along Makkasan-Asoke route
Demand for residential properties along the route of the Airport Rail Link, between Makkasan and Asoke junctions, has shown strong growth in anticipation of the line's first services in August. Full story

Developers Respond with Marketing Push.

Developers Respond with Marketing Push.
uxury residential and villa projects in Hua Hin have begun aggressive marketing campaigns following a 30-per-cent drop in buyers - both domestic and foreign - in the first quarter of this year, compared with the first quarter of 2008. Full story

Foreigners seek bargains

Foreigners seek bargains
Declines in the prices of land and residential projects have prompted some foreigners to expand their investments in Thailand's property market, especially condominiums. Full story

Dodging the Dodgy Developer

Dodging the Dodgy Developer
The phenomenon of "buying a condo and not getting it" that once plagued buyers in the 1997 Tom Yum Kung crisis may be coming back to haunt property seekers during this global economic downturn. Full story

Booking a home by credit card speeds sales

Booking a home by credit card speeds sales
Property companies have begun to launch new and different marketing campaigns to boost their sales in the first quarter of this year by collaborating with banks, in some cases inviting payments via credit card. Full story

Preuksa plans Yaowarat condo

Preuksa plans Yaowarat condo
Preuksa Real Estate Plc (PS), the country's second-largest developer, planned to launch a high-end condominium project worth one billion baht next week in Yaowarat area to tap wealthy ethnic Chinese families, said chief business executive Prasert Taedullayasatit. Full story

3 years for some property to clear

3 years for some property to clear
Firms may take more than three years to sell out an inventory of residences worth more than Bt200 billion in Bangkok and its suburbs because of a slowdown in demand arising from the economic downturn, property experts say. Full story

Four Pattana launches 2nd residential development

Four Pattana launches 2nd residential development
Modern tropical and modern oriental are the design themes for 43 detached houses at the Baan Bussaba Tiwanon project, by home-building firm Four Pattana, which has diversified its business to undertake residential development. Full story

Aiming high in high-end market

Aiming high in high-end market
Despite the economic recession, Chotipol Techakraisri, managing director|of the high-end Saladaeng Residences, remains cautiously upbeat. After all, the very, very rich need to invest somewhere, he reasons Chotipol Techakraisri, managing director of the high-end Saladaeng Residences project in Bangkok's central business district, has a challenging task on hand: selling expensive property during an economic recession. Full story
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