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Rise In Demand For Thailand Real Estate By Chinese Investors

Chinese real estate investors are heading to Thailand in a big way – here’s why Thailand has seen a significant increase in investor interest from China over the past year, according to Juwai.com, the Chinese international property portal. The explanation for the soaring demand can be attributed to the travel bug. “The rapid growth in tourism is contributing to growing Chinese real estate investment,” …

Thailand Real Estate Market Attracting Chinese Property Investors

The acquisitive Chinese wave is impacting property markets around the world, and Thailand is getting more than its fair share of attention thanks to accessibility, a mature market and rising trade and other ties with China that are giving a major boost to the confidence of Chinese property buyers. Thailand had its wild property boom in the early 1990s, long before China, and many …

Chinese investors have found a warm welcome in Thai economy

RAYONG: Everywhere you look on Thailand’s Amata industrial estate in Rayong you see signs in Chinese. It’s a similar story just along the coast in the tourist resort of Pattaya, where Mandarin is increasingly visible alongside English and Russian. As China’s economy slows, its investors are looking abroad for growth and Thailand, home to one of the world’s largest ethnic Chinese minorities and a …

Important considerations while choosing the right land for sale

When you’re looking to buy some land, it’s important to know exactly what you’re going to do with it. When you buy a home, or a condo, or even an apartment building, for the most part you’re really just going for one of two options – either you want to live there, or you’re planning on renting it out. Land, however, is much more …

Real estate outlook of luxury property market in Thailand

Despite its economic woes, Thailand’s luxury real estate market is doing just fine. But that’s not unusual for a country where, come bull or bear, the market for luxury real estate continues expanding and diversifying. Both foreign and domestic buyers are still willing to shell out serious cash to live in, what some may argue, is one of the most beautiful places in the …

Top Retirement Locations to retire in Thailand

If you are thinking to retire to one of the exotic cities in Thailand, then you are in the right place because we bring you the 10 best places to retire in Thailand. A country that was called Siam until 1939 is located in Southeast Asia and borders with Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia. It belongs to the group of countries that are best …

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Signs Landmark Agreement in Thailand

Best Western® Hotels & Resorts today announced the signing of a management agreement with real estate developer A.D. Houses Co. Ltd. for the opening of four Best Western Plus® hotels in top resort destinations across Thailand – three of which will be the largest properties in Best Western Hotels & Resorts’ international portfolio. Totaling 4,150 keys, this agreement represents a significant milestone for Best …

Thai developer Sansiri eyes 40% growth in property sales to foreigners

TOKYO — Sansiri, one of Thailand’s biggest developers, expects 40% growth in domestic real estate sales to foreigners this year as efforts to woo Japanese and Chinese investors to the Southeast Asian country’s property market continue to pay off. The Bangkok-listed company expects to sell $143 million in Thai real estate to overseas buyers this year, up 43% over 2015, Senior Executive Vice President …

Overview on increasing popularity of Thailand real estate market

The Far East has long appealed to adventure-seeking Brits heading off on winter sun holidays, but the region is becoming increasingly popular with those looking for a more permanent change of scenery. With many of the fastest growing cities and emerging investment markets now in Asia, Thailand has crept into our Ten Places to Buy Abroad 2016 by squeezing out the Caribbean. Thailand is …

More Luxury homes built by Thai Developers

Property firms in Thailand have already launched several residential projects targeted at the high-end market in the first quarter of 2016, reported The Nation. This is due to the high household debt, which continues to create uncertainty in other segments of the property market. Anant Asavabhokhin, Chairman of Land & Houses’ Executive Board, reckons that the government should stimulate spending in the luxury segment, …