Five of the 10 costliest places in the world for expatriates are in Asia-Pacific, a new survey from Mercer showed, and Bangkok (67) jumped seven places from last year. With its dollar-pegged economy, Hong Kong remains the most expensive city in the region for workers abroad,...

With the Thai economy decelerating, looser ownership laws are in order Tourism has always been a forte for Thailand, but foreigners in the kingdom are wont to run into strict property ownership caps when faced with...

As Thailand is becoming an ageing society, more senior housing projects by both government bodies and private developers are rising across the country. While most of these projects are aimed at accommodating aging Thai population, luxury senior housing developments in the country's resort destinations are...

A study by international property services firm JLL shows that both residential and commercial developments that have been managed professionally and consistently have outperformed competing properties that are less well managed....

Rising land prices in Bangkok's prime residential locations have attracted wealthy people to invest in the luxury condo segment, according to SET-listed developer Major Development Plc (MJD). Managing director Suriya Poolvoralaks said condo demand in Bangkok's prime locations...

Townhouses priced lower than 3 million baht in Greater Bangkok and higher than 3 million along mass transit lines are expected to continue being attractive among homebuyers in 2017. Surachet Kongcheep, associate director of the research department of property consultant Colliers International Thailand, said the two...

While expatriates working in Bangkok provide the biggest demand for rental condominiums in Bangkok's central business district (CBD), Thais are showing an increasing interest in renting, according to JLL, a services firm specialising in real estate. The unresolved traffic problem and growing affluence of the locals...