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  • Pace gets taste for gourmet profits

    26 Feb 2015 : SET-listed property developer Pace Development Corporation expects retail revenue from Dean & DeLuca, a US-based upscale gourmet grocer it recently acquired, will contribute half its net profit by 2018.

  • AQ will launch nine new projects worth B8bn

    25 Feb 2015 : SET-listed AQ Estate Plc plans to launch nine new projects worth a combined 8 billion baht this year.

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  • Natural Home extends reach beyond capital

    24 Feb 2015 : Homebuilder Natural Home Co plans to diversify into all market segments and continue working in eastern provinces and low-priced markets with strong demand.

  • Myanmar property transactions slowed in 2014

    22 Feb 2015 : The Myanmar Times reports that while 2012 and 2013 saw an unprecedented boom in buying real estate in Myanmar, concerns the market may be overheating, and government moves to curb runaway prices combined to dampen purchases last year.

  • Pruksa bullish on market recovery this year

    19 Feb 2015 : SET-listed Pruksa Real Estate (PS) is confident of achieving 47 billion baht in revenue this year in light of recovering consumer confidence and purchasing power.

  • CBRE: Super-luxury projects outperform

    19 Feb 2015 : The condominium market in central Bangkok is expected to be competitive this year with the launch of many new developments and continued demand will ensure opportunities for canny investors, says property consultancy CB Richard Ellis (Thailand).

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    Origin taps east Bangkok

    18 Feb 2015 : Condo developer Origin Property Plc will continue to tap the middle to lower-end segment in the eastern Bangkok zone amid strong demand among blue-collar Thai workers and Japanese buyers.

  • Ngam Wong Wan condo wins case

    14 Feb 2015 : SET-listed developer AP (Thailand) Plc is set to continue construction and sales activities for its Aspire Ngamwongwan condominium project after a court yesterday ruled in favour of the project’s environmental impact assessment (EIA) and construction permit.

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    Narai lines up eight projects worth B8bn

    02 Feb 2015 : Narai Property Co is confident its revenue will rise by 50% to 3 billion baht this year following the launch of eight residential projects worth a combined 8-9 billion baht in Bangkok.

  • Finance issues hit small players

    02 Feb 2015 : Small provincial property developers may struggle to get bank funding to finance residential projects as new, larger rivals blunt their competitiveness and erode their projects' viability.

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    Phupobfa taps wealthy Thais

    26 Jan 2015 : Property company Phupobfa Co plans to develop a luxury villa project in Khao Yai to tap strong demand among high-net-worth Thais. 

  • Pruksa hopes to ride property revival

    24 Jan 2015 : SET-listed developer Pruksa Real Estate Plc (PS) plans to launch 70 residential projects worth a combined 55 billion baht while expecting the overall property market to expand by 10% this year.

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