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Condo prices up as train lines draw buyers to city outskirts
The condo price index for Bangkok, Nonthaburi and Samut Prakan in the second half of 2013 rose by 5.6% year-on-year, with units along the skytrain extension line in Bang Na and the future MRT Purple Line posting the highest increases.
Bangkok condo prices rose by 5.5%, while those in Nonthaburi and Samut Prakan were up by 8%, said Samma Kitsin, director-general of the Real Estate Information Center (REIC).
Bangkok’s central business district (CBD) condo market recorded a rise in third-quarter launches with 2,440 units, compared with 1,600 in the second quarter.
Despite warnings of rising household debt in the overall economy, developers continued to show modest confidence in homebuyer appetite by launching new projects before the year-end festivities, which take place over what is usually a quieter period for housing activity, according to property consultant DTZ.
Bangkok’s condominium market showed signs of slowing in the suburbs in the third quarter, according to a report by Colliers International Thailand.
The number of new launches decreased by about 10.5% from the previous quarter.
The 11,240 units launched were mostly in urban areas and focused on the middle-income market.
The number of newly launched units in suburban Bangkok in the second quarter declined from the first quarter and continued to decrease in the third.
Surachet Kongcheep, associate director of Colliers’ research department, said the decrease was because developers were concerned about household debt in the middle-to-low-income market and focused more on the higher-income urban market and along the extensions of mass transit systems.
Most new condo projects in the third quarter (8,950 units) were located in the urban area, while there were only 2,290 units in the suburban area.