Comments for Thailand Real Estate Magazine http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com Thailand Real Estate and Property Magazine Sat, 30 Jan 2010 02:16:04 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.9.1 hourly 1 Comment on Stephen Michael Carleton by andrew wilson http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/pattaya/stephen-michael-carleton/comment-page-1#comment-473 andrew wilson Sat, 30 Jan 2010 02:16:04 +0000 http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/?p=1143#comment-473 i had the honour in working with steve at northern thai in the late 1990s it was a pleasure Steve i had the honour in working with steve at northern thai in the late 1990s it was a pleasure Steve

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Comment on Sansiri plans Hua Hin developments by sidney leonaard http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/hua-hin/sansiri-plans-hua-hin-developments/comment-page-1#comment-395 sidney leonaard Sat, 03 Oct 2009 19:17:45 +0000 http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/?p=12#comment-395 I would like information about the Baan San Suk development at Kao Takiab (projected completion date, site plan, floorplans, price list, etc.). My wife and I will be in Thailand during December and would like to visit that site and other site in the Hua Hin area. Thank you in advance for any information you can send me. . I would like information about the Baan San Suk development at Kao Takiab (projected completion date, site plan, floorplans, price list, etc.). My wife and I will be in Thailand during December and would like to visit that site and other site in the Hua Hin area. Thank you in advance for any information you can send me.

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Comment on Phuket’s finest penthouses – There’s always room at the top by Rebecca http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/phuket/phuket%e2%80%99s-finest-penthouses-%e2%80%93-there%e2%80%99s-always-room-at-the-top/comment-page-1#comment-394 Rebecca Fri, 02 Oct 2009 05:40:15 +0000 http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/?p=1342#comment-394 I agree the location is superb. Let's hope when the development is completed the apartments are equally special. I agree the location is superb. Let’s hope when the development is completed the apartments are equally special.

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Comment on Tallest condo in Thailand gets nod by pattaya PG http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/pattaya/jomtien-pattaya/tallest-condo-in-thai-gets-nod/comment-page-1#comment-393 pattaya PG Wed, 30 Sep 2009 03:37:45 +0000 http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/?p=8#comment-393 Can someone tell me, when this condo can moving Can someone tell me, when this condo can moving

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Comment on MJD cashing in on Pattaya property by Pattaya vacations http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/pattaya/mjd-cashing-in-on-pattaya-property/comment-page-1#comment-392 Pattaya vacations Thu, 24 Sep 2009 04:19:59 +0000 http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/?p=126#comment-392 I don't understand why this development continue, there are not that many tourists in the last 6 months in Pattaya. Who will buy or let those luxury apartnments? I don’t understand why this development continue, there are not that many tourists in the last 6 months in Pattaya. Who will buy or let those luxury apartnments?

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Comment on MJD cashing in on Pattaya property by Villa Thailand http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/pattaya/mjd-cashing-in-on-pattaya-property/comment-page-1#comment-391 Villa Thailand Thu, 24 Sep 2009 04:18:05 +0000 http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/?p=126#comment-391 I just hope it wont crash like it did in Spain few years ago. New luxury projects are great, but there are probably more than 10000 rooms in about 8 projects currently in development. I just hope it wont crash like it did in Spain few years ago. New luxury projects are great, but there are probably more than 10000 rooms in about 8 projects currently in development.

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Comment on Outlook for property improving by Outlook for property improving | Thailand Real Estate Magazine | 7 Article http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/national/outlook-for-property-improving/comment-page-1#comment-390 Outlook for property improving | Thailand Real Estate Magazine | 7 Article Sun, 20 Sep 2009 14:11:49 +0000 http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/?p=1358#comment-390 [...] original here:  Outlook for property improving | Thailand Real Estate Magazine Tags: 7 article, bangkok, Finance, government, koh-samui, luxury, national, property-market [...] [...] original here:  Outlook for property improving | Thailand Real Estate Magazine Tags: 7 article, bangkok, Finance, government, koh-samui, luxury, national, property-market [...]

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Comment on Phuket’s finest penthouses – There’s always room at the top by Phuket Real Estate http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/phuket/phuket%e2%80%99s-finest-penthouses-%e2%80%93-there%e2%80%99s-always-room-at-the-top/comment-page-1#comment-385 Phuket Real Estate Thu, 17 Sep 2009 17:18:30 +0000 http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/?p=1342#comment-385 I personally think Kata Rocks is one of the best developments Phuket has on offer. I personally think Kata Rocks is one of the best developments Phuket has on offer.

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Comment on Scaling the Heights in Bangkok by Scaling the Heights in Bangkok :Thailand Hotel Promotion http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/bangkok/scaling-the-heights-in-bangkok/comment-page-1#comment-341 Scaling the Heights in Bangkok :Thailand Hotel Promotion Mon, 10 Aug 2009 21:06:54 +0000 http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/?p=1310#comment-341 [...] See the rest here:  Scaling the Heights in Bangkok [...] [...] See the rest here:  Scaling the Heights in Bangkok [...]

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Comment on The Pattaya Paradox by Andy http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/pattaya/the-pattaya-paradox/comment-page-1#comment-321 Andy Thu, 23 Jul 2009 13:23:33 +0000 http://www.thailandrealestatemagazine.com/?p=1290#comment-321 Well, pattaya needs to know what it wants to be. You can not be a family friendly nightlife destination. Either Pattaya wants to be a luxurious, family-friendly holiday domizile, then get the bulldozer out and mow down all bars and go-go bars on beach road and replace it with parks and cafes then proceed with cleaning up the beach, or keep on cashing in on the nightlife scene. Obviously with the property market on the down low now the agents and constructors would love to paint the city in a luxurios and family friendly light to sell their projects, but thats not the reality. Well, pattaya needs to know what it wants to be. You can not be a family friendly nightlife destination. Either Pattaya wants to be a luxurious, family-friendly holiday domizile, then get the bulldozer out and mow down all bars and go-go bars on beach road and replace it with parks and cafes then proceed with cleaning up the beach, or keep on cashing in on the nightlife scene. Obviously with the property market on the down low now the agents and constructors would love to paint the city in a luxurios and family friendly light to sell their projects, but thats not the reality.

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