Asian international investments grew by 40 percent, year-on-year, in the first half of 2014, reaching USD16.2 billion, and this trend is expected to continue until the end of the year, according to a new report by CBRE Research.
The recent changes in Bangkok’s infrastructure and skyline could cause an increase in property prices in certain areas, according to industry experts.
There’s something amiss with regional developers’ latest fetish for Euro chic.
Siemens Limited (Thailand) is the latest major name to sign on as an official sponsor of the Thailand Property Awards 2014.
The value of Bangkok condominium and apartment rental rise by about 40 to 60 percent if the property is located near a train station as “micro-location” contributes to real estate prices, according to property listings company PropertyData.Asia.
Golf communities are back in vogue as the sport takes Asia by storm.
Melbourne has once again topped The Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) liveability survey, garnering a perfect score in three out of five categories.
Retirement villages across Southeast Asia are courting the global pensioners.
Several luxury residential markets in the Asia-Pacific region experienced a sales slump in the second quarter, causing price growth to stall in certain cities, according to property consultancy firm JLL.
World-renowned crystalline lagoon developer Crystal Lagoons Corp has announced its participation in MahaSamutr, a master community project located in Hua Hin.
The film ‘Lost in Thailand’ brought a surge of Chinese money into the city. But is the growth sustainable?
DM Home, one of Thailand’s leading retailers of high-end furniture and home furnishings, is currently holding a promotion for luxury brands Ralph Lauren Home and Fendi Casa until the end of August.
The shortlist for the highly anticipated Thailand Property Awards 2014 was announced today.
Real estate specialists Colliers International has been named as exclusive agent in Thailand for The Orchards Niseko, a Japanese luxury property that was named one of Asia’s Best Resort Residences by Property Report earlier this year.
Bill Barnett laments the Asian ghost towns of tomorrow.
The Irish Thai Chamber of Commerce has joined this year’s Thailand Property Awards as a supporting sponsor and will be promoting the event to its various members.
International consultancy firm CBRE Thailand will put the spotlight on the latest high-end condominium projects in Bangkok, Hua Hin and Pattaya at a special property showcase this weekend.
Bangkok’s Rama III neighbourhood is undergoing a transformation
Bangkok-based Magnolias Quality Development Corporation has unveiled earlier today its super prime residential development at IconSiam in the heart of the Chao Phraya River.
An increasing number of Russian homebuyers have shown a strong interest in Thailand-based properties, according to online property portal Tranio.ru’s latest analysis.