The Coronavirus outbreak poses challenges for Thailand’s real estate market as potential Chinese condominium buyers remain stranded in China. Analysts believe Chinese condominium transfers in 2020 will be at least 25% lower than average because of the challenges. Meanwhile, some believe that the outbreak may...

Mixed-use and condo projects ride wave of momentum as key drivers improve The overall Bangkok property market in 2017 was very interesting, especially in terms of new condominiums launched, with the total of 56,000 units the highest in several years. As well, joint ventures between Thai...

Thailand’s economy is poised for modest growth in 2017 as solid domestic spending is expected to help confidence return for investors and consumers alike. This will have a big impact on the property market as much of the domestic spending has been earmarked for major infrastructure...

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...