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...

Many foreigners would consider buying real estate in Thailand after spending a few weeks or months in the country. There’s a reason why Thailand, especially its capital Bangkok, is one of the most travelled to destinations in the world. The Land of Smiles offers comfort...

This promises to be an interesting year for the Thailand real estate market with both opportunity and uncertainty present. This was the main takeaway from the Thailand Real Estate Market Outlook 2019 from CBRE Thailand. The Bank of Thailand enacted regulations that require higher down payments...

New housing loans are expected to shrink by 10% this year, dragged by the central bank's stringent mortgage lending rules and weaker condominium demand from Chinese buyers, says a senior executive at Bank of Ayudhya (BAY). Both global and domestic factors are denting demand in residential...

WHEN CHINA’S government in 2015 encouraged its people to expand their investments in Thailand and other overseas countries, Chinese investors responded. Thailand was one of the largest beneficiaries of both individual and corporate investment from China. According to Siam Commercial Bank IEC research, Chinese investors expand their...

Land prices in Samut Sakhon, Nakhon Pathom and Nonthaburi saw the highest increases last year among the top five locations in Greater Bangkok, with developers shifting to low-rise development from condos. Phattarachai Taweewong, senior manager of property consultancy Colliers International Thailand's research department, said residential developers...

The Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) will spend 7.5 billion baht to build 6,144 condominium units at Soi Trimitr on Rama IV Road for 26 slum communities that encroach on PAT land spanning nearly 200 rai in Klong Toey district. According to Deputy Transport Minister Pailin...

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...

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,...