Restrictions placed in Australia is resulting in increased Chinese interest in Thailand. It is certainly not new news that the Chinese investors are purchasing property in Thailand. Often choosing the Kingdom for a variety of reasons such as the promising returns on offer plus the attractive...

Many of the trends that shaped the investment landscape in recent years – low inflation, quantitative easing, and weak western economies – are set to go into reverse. Property investors need to separate the economic signals from the political noise and understand these changing dynamics. In...

Under the new Land and Building Tax Law the income-based method previously used in tax calculation will be replaced by an assessment based on a property’s appraised value to improve the clarity of future tax calculations The Land and Building Tax Law will introduce two major...

Before the economic crisis in 1997, Thailand’s economic development was considered a continuous success with an average economic growth rate of nearly 8% per year from 1960-1996. Despite the world recession of the mid-1980s, Thailand's economy grew at double-digit rates during 1988-1990 and by over...

U-Tapao is estimated to bear an annual capacity of 1.2 million passengers this year, up from 700,000 passengers in 2016. New transport infrastructure projects will push more property buyers toward Pattaya, according to Knight Frank Thailand, per The Nation....

Bangkok is made to be seen with the Chao Phraya River. As with many waterfront locations across Asia, the banks of the so-called Venice of the East have seen land values ascending quickly in recent years. By 2018, Bangkok’s riverfront area will have seen the completion...

In the 2014 Expat Explorer Survey of over 9300 people between the ages of 35-54, Thailand emerged as the “best destination for expats looking for an improved lifestyle at a low cost.” Thailand is the third favorite over all destinations in Asia and seventh in...

It has been revealed that Bangkok is now one of the most affordably priced office markets in the world, according to research from Thailand Housing Market. Grade A offices in Bangkok's CBD have experienced an average increase of 6.6% year on year. This figure has placed...

If you have ever visited Thailand ’s exotic beaches, wandered its eclectic streets, or enjoyed some of its world-renowned cuisines, you’ve probably found yourself daydreaming of living in this beautiful country at some time or another. But many people unfortunately never get past the dreaming...

Real Estate in Thailand’s high-end luxury market continues to perform extremely well according to SCB’s Economic Intelligence Centre (EIC) research. Prices are soaring within Bangkok ’s luxury condominium developments with some projects selling for as much as THB500,000 per square meter. [caption id="attachment_963" align="alignleft" width="300"] Bangkok...