The property developer D-Land Group will continue to tap the outskirts of Samut Sakhon and Ratchaburi, aiming to launch two new projects and achieve sales growth of 40%.
Managing director Suthep Panyasakorn said the company eyed the two provinces because housing demand in Samut Sakhon was stronger after the Bangkok floods and supply in Ratchaburi was limited.
Demand in Samut Sakhon comes from entrepreneurs and small-business owners. In Ratchaburi, workers at power plants and factories are looking for housing units priced at 3-5 million baht, according to D-Land's research.
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