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Mass transit still dictating condo choices

Mass transit still dictating condo choices

Existing or planned routes for the BTS and MRT have been the developers’ favourites, and buyers are getting on board

The presence of mass-transit routes continues to be the main factor influencing condominium developers’ decisions in Bangkok. The latest figures show that 85% of all condominium units launched in the first quarter of this year were near existing, under-construction and planned BTS or MRT lines.
A total of 13,737 new condominium units were launched in the first quarter in Bangkok, with 6,079 sold for a take-up rate of 44.2%. It was noteworthy that every one of the newly launched premium and Grade A condominium buildings was located near an operating mass-transit route. Continue reading Mass transit still dictating condo choices

Property Perfect cuts 2015 forecast

SET-listed developer Property Perfect Plc (PF) has cut this year’s presales forecast to 15.5 billion baht from 18 billion, blaming the country’s unfavourable industry and economic prospects.
Assistant chief executive Theerathat Singnarongthon said people’s purchasing power remained low due to the inactive economy.
Moreover, financial institutions have been tightening their lending approval for fear of high household debt. Continue reading Property Perfect cuts 2015 forecast

New residential units in Greater Bangkok are expected to increase by 3-5% this year as the government revs up its budget disbursement and construction of new mass transit lines.
Samma Kitsin, director-general of the Real Estate Information Center (REIC), said residential property, especially for housing projects, is expected to fully recover by June this year, although condominiums might drop slightly.
“A key driver is mass transit projects such as the Purple Line from Bang Yai to Bang Sue, which will become operational early next year,” he said. Continue reading Housing projects gain ground while condos fade, says REIC

Mc Donald and Max Value has added lots of value for The Lake at metro park sathorn

Continue reading Mc Donald and Max Value has added lots of value for The Lake at metro park sathorn

SET-listed property developer Property Perfect Plc (PF) plans 23.4 billion baht worth of new residential projects in the western part of Greater Bangkok.

The developments will benefit from the government’s new transport networks and private-sector retail projects worth 237 billion baht planned for the area.

Wongsakorn Prasitvipat, the company’s deputy chief business development officer, said western Greater Bangkok would experience a dramatic change in the coming years. Continue reading Property Perfect looks west

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Property market faces hit from political woe

Pruksa chief concerned about lengthy conflic

Thailand’s property market is likely to contract this year should the political crisis run into February, warns Thongma Vijitpongpun, chief executive officer of the SET-listed developer Pruksa Real Estate Plc (PS).

He said yesterday that the overall property market, which is sensitive to economic and political circumstances, will grow no more than 5% to 640 billion baht nationwide, with major provinces and border provinces key drivers.

However, if the political situation worsens or the turmoil does not end this month, then the property market will shrink by 2%, he said.

The impact will be greater on the Greater Bangkok property market which will decline from around 330-340 billion baht last year. Continue reading Property market faces hit from political woe