Condo developers should monitor their own unsold inventory closely and try to drain as much as possible before planning new supply launches this year amid slowing property market growth, according to analysts. Therdsak Thaveeteeratham, executive vice-president for the research division at Asia Plus Securities Co, said...

Property developers should be more cautious about financial liquidity and new supply launches because residential presales and transfers are unlikely to be as robust as previously expected this year. Atip Bijanonda, president of the Housing Business Association, said that if the global economy does not improve,...

The third quarter of 2018 was the busiest in more than three years for the Bangkok condominium market, with 23,559 units launched, 180% more than in the previous quarter. Some 63% of all new units in the third quarter were near existing BTS and MRT lines....

Residential developers remained cautious on investment in the third quarter amid low consumer confidence and slowed economic activities, according to a survey by the Real Estate Information Center (REIC)....

Robot parking, also known as automated parking, is a technological solution used in many countries to help solve issues with space and land costs. The technology has made its way Bangkok in the past few years with the EmQuartier shopping centre and The Ritz-Carlton Residences...

Many developers of property projects from other countries have conducted sales campaigns in Thailand during the past couple of years, especially for projects originating in the United Kingdom. ...

Thailand property developers have plans to launch up to 150,000 condo units worth over THB500 billion between now and 2019, reports local media. These launches will take place around new mass transit routes being built by the government and are mostly in the middle to...