Posts Tagged ‘Colliers International’

Rama IV – Bangkok’s future development

Rama IV - Bangkok's future development
Bangkok's central business district seems set to spread along Rama IV Road as land for development becomes scarce on Sukhumvit, Silom and Sathorn roads. A growing number of property projects will be launched around Rama IV Road. Full story

Serviced apartments in oversupply

Serviced apartments in oversupply
The area around Bangkok's Sukhumvit Road is heading for a significant oversupply of serviced apartments. Full story

Home prices at city’s heart

Home prices at city's heart
The average price being paid for a condominium unit in the Central Lumpini area is now Bt112,765 per square metre, ranking higher than other popular locations in central Bangkok, according to real-estate firm CB Richard Ellis Thailand. Full story

Office rents to fall 10% in 2009

Office rents to fall 10% in 2009
Bangkok office rents and occupancy rates will contract by 10% in 2009 due to decreasing demand, new supply and major tenant relocations, says the property consultancy Colliers International Thailand. Full story

Foreign property demand could fall 50%

Foreign property demand could fall 50%
Foreign demand for Thai property will collapse in the aftermath of the Songkran protests, property experts say. They say the government needs to implement measures to spur foreign demand, such as increasing maximum lease terms, having 100% foreign ownership zones for condominiums, providing financial support for foreign buyers, and issuing longer visas. Full story

Massive Nordic boom set to hit resort towns

Massive Nordic boom set to hit resort towns
Scandinavian investors are expected to invest up to Bt16.2 billion in residential developments in ThailandScandinavian investors are expected to invest up to Bt16.2 billion in residential developments in Thailand this year and the next. This money will flow into tourist destinations such as Rayong, Hua Hin, Koh Samui and Phuket, according to research by Colliers International (Thailand). Full story

Property sector looks set to prosper in 2008

Property sector looks set to prosper in 2008
Market buoyed by profit potential, removal of 30% requirement. Foreign investors are expected to invest up to Bt70 billion in the Thai property sector this year, following the lifting of the Bank of Thailand's 30-per-cent capital reserve requirement. Full story
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