Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022

Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022

Plus Property proudly presents its sole agent business results for this year, spanning 13 property projects in highlight locations in Bangkok and the provinces. Sukhumvit, Ari, Sathon and Ratchada are some of the locations with high potential in Bangkok.

In the provinces, PLUS has been managing projects in tourist destinations such as Hua Hin and Phuket. In total, 12.4 billion baht of project value is being managed this year. PLUS is also highlighting the trust that clients have given the company’s professionalism. This is due to the availability of a seasoned sales team, accurate database and analysis capability and insight into market and consumer demands. PLUS is confident the property market will become revitalised in the final quarter of the year because of supporting momentum from the tourism sector. The company is expanding its client base by taking on sales management contracts from developers in provinces that have good potential such as the tourism destinations of Hua Hin and Phuket.

Ms. Somsakul Limsuttaphan, Deputy Managing Director – Business Development and Asset Management Department, Plus Property Company Limited, the full-service professional property and facility management agency, revealed: “PLUS’s project sales management team has been entrusted by developers to manage 13 projects worth 12.4 billion baht in 2022. These include property projects in Bangkok, Hua Hin and Phuket. 70% of the projects are condominiums and 30% are detached house and townhouse projects. The projects span all price segments, from affordable projects to luxury offerings. Since the start of the year, PLUS has managed sales and marketing for seven property projects, namely Quintara Phume in Sukhumvit 39, Quintara Treehaus in Sukhumvit 42, Thawee on Phet Kasem Rd., Dusit D2 Hua Hin, Kalm Penthouse Ari, Park Ram Inthra and MEKA Ramintra. Together, these projects account for 6 billion baht in value. The projects have already achieved an 81% sales ratio, worth 4.8 billion baht. A highlight project is the 440-million-baht Kalm Penthouse Ari which sold out in just 11 months. MEKA Ramintra is another noteworthy project as it is situated in an area with potential in the heart of the Ram Inthra locale, while being just 1 kilometre away from the Pink Line electric train. Designs are based on the concept ‘The Pride For Endless Pleasure’. The project consists of 3-storey detached homes built in a modern luxury style that emphasises privacy. Only 24 units were available.”

From the final quarter of 2022 to early next year, PLUS will manage sales of six other projects that are due to launch. These include Navara Pahonyothin 8, two projects in Phuket, a townhome project in Bangkok’s Ratchaphruek area and Quintara MHy’ Gen in the Ratchada-Huai Khwang locale. The latter offers a central city location enabling connectivity to all other sites in Bangkok via Ratchada at an approachable starting price of 1.99 million baht*. Furthermore, the Quintara MHy’ Den project in the Pho Nimit-Sathon area will become the 5th project from developer Eastern Star which PLUS has administered sales for.

Aside from taking additional sales management contracts in Bangkok, PLUS has been expanding its client 

base toward the provinces, especially toward tourism destinations such as Hua Hin and Phuket. The foreign market is currently making a comeback, with the Tourism Authority of Thailand forecasting 7-10 million foreign tourist arrivals this year. This would be significantly higher than last year’s figure. Thailand’s full reopening to tourists since July 1 also presents added hope for the revitalisation of economic growth. Said revitalization would benefit the recovery of various business sectors in Thailand, especially those within the tourism indsutry. All the while, the Thai real estate market has been receiving positive signals from the tourism sector.

Plus Property places importance in being a “partner” to clients and highlights several advantages of its sales management service. PLUS pays keen attention to the requirements of developers and has insight into market demands. Key success cases have enable the company to continually gain the trust of clients who allow PLUS to continue managing sales for them. An example is Eastern Star Real Estate Plc. which is currently having PLUS manage sales for the 5th time. Meanwhile, the Enrich group has submitted two projects for PLUS’s management. Plus Property offers total solution services, including sole agent service that provides developers with consultation at every step of the way, from initialization of project development to design, marketing and sales. PLUS continually develops the capabilities of its sales personnel so they can perform as professional advisors who are knowledgeable and able to provide accurate target group and market assessments and act as investment advisors. PLUS’s research team makes use of data analytics to improve sales and engages CRM (customer relations management) to determine real consumer demand. This is achieved in part using the Customer Journey initiative. The information attained is presented to the client developer.

Plus Property is a full-service professional property and facility management agency. PLUS is able to provide sales management service for all types of residential projects, delivered by its team of personnel that leverages experience spanning more than 25 years. For more information, call

02 688 7555 or visit https://www.plus.co.th/service/sole-agent



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