Lop Buri and Nakhon Sawan are expected to be the top two provinces for rising land prices in the coming years if the first phase of four high-speed train projects kicks off.
Thitiwat Teerakulthanyaroj, an executive vice-president of property consultant Century 21 Realty Affiliates (Thailand), said both provinces will become an emerging market for property once they have high-speed train stations.
"These two Central Plains provinces are new to property development as there have been no key drivers," he said. "Their land prices have been stable."
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