Thailand's second-hand home market has recovered with the easing of the political conflict, while housing developers' sentiment has risen after the military coup.
A customer looks for a good deal for a second-hand home. WEERAWONG WONGPREDEE
Real Estate Broker Association president Somsak Muneepeerakul said the country's second-hand home market has been moving in a positive direction since the second quarter when the National Council for Peace and Order stepped in to tackle the political conflict with its takeover.
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