City’s condominium sector still seeing strong growth
Prices in the central business district (CBD) areas continued to grow as major development sites became scarce, according to HipFlat, a real-estate search portal.
It said condo price rises were mainly driven by increasing land prices that pushed development costs and unit prices.
Demand also showed stable growth in downtown locations, while rental rates were strong in the CBD, especially in locations near mass transit links.
The resilience is well demonstrated by long-term market growth in Bangkok. Continue reading City’s condominium sector still seeing strong growth
Central Bangkok condo launches leap in Q3
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.
The central zone _ Chidlom, Phloenchit, Ratchadamri, Rama I, Sam Yan and Ratchathewi _ was especially active with four project launches, accounting for 71% (1,700 units) of total launches in the third quarter. Continue reading Central Bangkok condo launches leap in Q3
BTS Group boosting dividend to B6bn and beyond
Back at home, Bangkok Mass Transit System Plc, the BTS subsidiary and skytrain operator, has received five Chinese-made four-car trains to be used on the 5.3-kilometre extension of the Silom Line from Wong Wian Yai to Bang Wa.
Made by Changchun Railway Vehicles Co, the 20 carriages worth 1.2 billion baht have arrived at Laem Chabang port and should begin trial runs on Dec 5, said chief operating officer Surapong Laoha-Unya.
Continue reading BTS Group boosting dividend to B6bn and beyond
Condo prices leap 48% since 2009
Housing supply nears surplus in some areas
Prices of condo units in Greater Bangkok have skyrocketed by 48% on average over the past four years, while those of townhouses and single houses rose by 36% and 25% respectively, according to a survey by SET-listed developer Sena Development Plc.
Six locations where the company found continuing increases in condo prices were Kae Rai-Laksi-Ram Intra, Bang Sue-Nonthaburi, Ratchada (Lat Phrao-Makkasan), On Nut-Bearing, Bang Na-Suvarnabhumi and Taksin-Bang Wa. Continue reading Condo prices leap 48% since 2009
Prices for all residential types in Bangkok and vicinities surged in the first half due to rising wages and construction material costs, with Bangkok condos priced below 50,000 baht per square meter seeing the highest increases.
The price index for condos priced between 50,000-79,999 baht per sq m rose 7.2%, with the highest increase seen on Ratchadaphisek Road, Chatuchak, Bang Kapi and Rat Burana.
Units priced 80,000 baht and above increased 5.5%, with highest increase in Pathumwan, Ratchathewi, Watthana, Phra Khanong and Sathon districts.
The price index for single houses and townhouses in Greater Bangkok rose 5.1% and 5.9%, respectively. Single houses in Bangkok rose 5.3% while those in Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani and Samut Prakan rose 5%.
Townhouses in Bangkok and the three provinces increased 5.8% and 5.9%, respectively.
REIC started the condo price index survey in the first half of 2010 and that of townhouses and single houses the following year. It uses the price index in the second half of 2009 as the base year for the three housing type.
Published: 12 Jul 2013 at 00.00 Newspaper section Bangkok Post: Business
Pho Nimit opens today on 12th January and Talad Phlu will be opened on 14th Feb, 2013
It is great new for all the residents of Ratchada, Rajaphuk and Kallapraphuk area. Today on children’s day, January 12th 2013, BTS has open it’s new station Pho Nimit on the extension of silom line. This station is next to Wong Wian Yai, which used to be the last station of silom line on other side of the river.
Due to delay in the construction the next station Talad Phlu will open it’s door on Valentine’s Day on 14th February, 2013. Originally both of these stations supposed to start in end of the last year.
However there are two more stations are under construction and are excepted to open in mid or end of 2013. The next two station are Ratchaphurk and Bangwa. The last station of silom line is Bangwa and it is very near from back side or metro park sathorn. Currently all the residents of metropark who want to use the BTS has to travel to Krungthonburi and which takes 10 minutes to 45 minutes but when Bangwa will be opened, the traveling time will be 5 minutes to 15 minutes maximum. It will be also good to take a motorbike taxi for metro park sathorn.
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The new Pho Nimit and Talad Plu BTS skytrain stations will open for public use in mid-January 2013 instead of Dec 5 as earlier planned, deputy Bangkok governor Teerachon Manopaiboon on Tuesday.
Pho Nimit and Talad Plu stations are new additions to the Silom line, section Sapan Taksin-Petchkasem.
Mr Teerachon said Independent Engineers (ICE) inspected the stations and facilities and said they are not ready for full operation.
However, the schedule for two more stations, Wutthakat and Bangwa stations, continuing from Talad Plu station will still open on Aug 12 next year, said Mr Teerachon.
He said for the last two stations, Bangkok Mass Transit (BTS) will have to coordinate with Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) because their expansion projects will be in the same area.