In 2018, Chinese nationals poured in an impressive 40 billion baht ($1.25 billion USD) on Thai properties, as reported by the Bank of Thailand. Chinese buyers were also the biggest source of condominium purchases. Other large-scale condominium spenders include citizens from Japan, Singapore, Singapore, Taiwan, the...

BEIJING: Ice Chen, a 36-year-old bank manager in Beijing, hasn't been to Bangkok lately, but she just bought two apartments there. The millennial is among younger Chinese flocking to specialist online platforms to buy international real estate. The biggest of the sites, Uoolu.com, reported a 60% surge...

Capital controls at home and appealing prices in Bangkok are drawing high levels of real estate investment to Thailand. The beginning of the year is a chance for people to take a deep breath and think about the long term. That's why the most frequent question...

The exchange rate's impact on buyer confidence adds to concerns resulting from the tourism slowdown. Chinese buyers now make up the largest share of foreign purchasers in the Thai condominium market. In addition to the fast-growing segment from mainland China, other Chinese buyers come from Taiwan,...

Restrictions placed in Australia is resulting in increased Chinese interest in Thailand. It is certainly not new news that the Chinese investors are purchasing property in Thailand. Often choosing the Kingdom for a variety of reasons such as the promising returns on offer plus the attractive...