Real Estate


First Hyatt Regency planned for Bangkok

The first Hyatt Recency Hotel will be opened in Bangkok in 2017, marking an integral step towards the brand's distribution in one of Asia's key markets.

Former financier plans to launch new Bangkok projects

Property firm Estate Guru Co, run by a former financier at JPMorgan Chase & Co in the US, plans to launch four new projects worth a combined THB1 billion (US$32.5 billion) next year, the Bangkok Post reported.

New property fund pays 7% minimum

Bangkok Post 28.06.2012
Prime Property in World's Key Cities Enjoy Strongest Growth Since 2010, Bangkok Leading The Way

According to London-based Knight Frank's second quarter 2012 Prime Global Cities Index, top tier properties located in top tier cities around the world are rising in value, despite a global economic slowdown.

New property fund pays 7% minimum

Quality House Hotels and Residences (QHHR), a new property fund owning three property projects, will offer a guaranteed minimum return of 7-8% for the first three years of investment, with a plan to list late next month.

New Bangkok city plan receives criticism

Property Report 25.06.2012
New Bangkok city plan receives criticism

Despite being “hampered by regulations”, experts believe the property market in Thailand will see good price growth in 2012.

Property buyers and investors are on tender hooks amidst global fears and speculation, according to forecasts from Knight Frank.

New-build market gathers pace in Thailand

Demand for new-build property in Thailand is pushing up prices in the country, with growth particularly strong in the north, north-east and south.

Grande Asset revives suspended project

The listed developer Grande Asset Hotels and Property Plc (GRAND) will spend 3.2 billion baht to continue the development of a suspended Bangkok project comprising a condominium, a hotel and retail space worth a combined 7 billion baht.

New condominium project set to soar Bangkok’s skyline

In the heart of Sukhumvit, the latest luxury property development is set to add another tower to Bangkok’s skyline.

Bangkok developers forced to aim low

The floods in Bangkok made many buyers wary and this caused a number of developers to postpone the launches of their new projects until the first quarter of 2012.

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