Property Focus

STARTING DATE: 30 Jan 2020

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TOTAL UPDATE: 16 STORIES

Bangkok Post's annual guide for people and investors who want to know more about the real estate industry in Thailand. Get a summarised outlook of the property market, what to invest in, tips about financing and ways to decorate your house like a pro.

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30 Oct 2020

Back down to earth

Residential developers are accelerating business adjustment and new strategies to cope with a property market slowdown and an economic downturn due to the pandemic which is expected to last until next year.

30 Oct 2020
Back down to earth
30 Oct 2020

Condo market corrects

After heavy discounts to clear inventory and a sharp decrease in new supply, the Bangkok condo market will likely be in a correction until next year and take a few years to return to normal.

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Condo market corrects
30 Oct 2020

Land tax teeters

The persistent pandemic crisis at home and abroad is a decisive factor in whether the long-awaited land and building tax, which is the Fiscal Policy Office's (FPO) brainchild of 25 years, will produce the desired impact or not.

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Land tax teeters
30 Oct 2020

The coming deluge

Despite being the most resilient property sector, the Bangkok office market is being challenged by economic uncertainty during and after the coronavirus pandemic, with an influx of future supply either planned or under construction.

30 Oct 2020
The coming deluge
30 Oct 2020

The new retail therapy

Although the most challenging period for retailers seems to have passed, a high degree of uncertainty in Thailand's 3.6-trillion-baht retail market is expected to remain until next year.

30 Oct 2020
The new retail therapy
30 Oct 2020

Tangled lines

Many big-ticket mass transit projects have been subject to delays from their original schedules. The impact of the coronavirus outbreak is not alone to be blamed; other snags have included the slow formation of a government after the March 2019 election, as well as policy rejigs by the Transport Ministry, which is controlled by a representative from the Bhumjaithai Party.

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Tangled lines
30 Oct 2020

Luxury sniffs at slowdown

The luxury housing market remains active during the pandemic as buyers enjoy strong purchasing power, with many looking for units as a second home, according to property experts.

30 Oct 2020
Luxury sniffs at slowdown
30 Oct 2020

The lowdown on low rates

Lower prices at residential projects and attractive interest rates for housing loans are supporting healthy mortgage loan growth amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with the positive trend mainly deriving from real demand.

30 Oct 2020
The lowdown on low rates