Thailand’s biggest online property sales event is coming

Thailand’s biggest online property sales event is coming

Thailand’s biggest online property sales event is coming, and you won’t want to miss it. The Dot Property Black Friday Sale is set for June 19 with up to 30 of the Kingdom’s leading property developers offering once in a lifetime deals for one-day only.

The discounts being made available to the public are so incredible, we’ve been sworn to secrecy by the developers. Prices on properties throughout the country will be slashed to these historic levels for 12 hours only. And once the discounts are gone, they are gone forever.

Bangkok, Phuket, Samui and Pattaya real estate will be part of Thailand’s biggest online property sales event. No digital event has ever had this many properties in the country on sale at once.

The Dot Property Black Friday Sale will have more property types, more locations, more developers and more choices than you could imagine. If you were ever thinking about purchasing a Thailand real estate, this event is the place to do it. 

Don’t miss Thailand’s biggest online property sales event!

More information on the Dot Property Black Friday Sale will be revealed in the coming days. Thailand’s biggest online property sales event requires advanced registration which will open shortly. Follow us on Facebook and regularly visit Thailand-Property.com for updates on the Dot Property Black Friday Sale.


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