Leading Edge: Phuket: Investing in the rebound

By Andrew Scott

Ocean Vew Villa, Cape Yamu in Phuket

Average prices for resort properties on Phuket have dropped in the last two years, but properties in prime locations continue to appreciate, and emerging locations are drawing new investment.

Property Investment Opportunity 2012, held in late November, saw real estate professionals gather at The Evason Six Senses Resort and Spa in Rawai, Phuket to discuss past, present and future trends in the island’s property sector. The Two Villas Group sponsored and organised the event, using the opportunity to also showcase their flagship villas, but the main draw for many of those involved in the island’s real estate industry was to hear how the market has fared over the last few years and how current conditions may influence its future.

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  1. edmondo manfredi says:

    Do you have some statistics on sales in Koh Samui (gulf of Thailand)?

  2. JennPa says:

    Thanks for this article. I currently live in Bangkok, but I’m looking into moving to another location in Thailand in the next year. I recently bought property with a Thai friend in Phuket, and I’d like to create and register a Thailand company on the property. In addition to information about property rates in Phuket, do you have information about Phuket company registration? I had to find a lawyer in Thailand to help me with the purchasing process, and will most likely find one to walk me through the registration process too. I thought it better to let a lawyer handle the paperwork than to make a mistake that could have made the process more expensive or prolonged. I hadn’t thought much about investing in Phuket property until I came across this website last year, so your website is definitely effective! Hope to hear your thoughts on company registration soon!

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