The entire property market except the industrial sector and serviced apartments is showing signs of recovery as the political situation, the government’s stability and policies to promote foreign investment are helping revive foreign demand. Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, managing director of the property consultant CB Richard Ellis Thailand, said 2010 had begun with better market sentiment. The improving global economic outlook and brighter perceptions of Thailand’s political situation, together with lower prices than other mature property markets had restored confidence in investing in Thai property.
Buyers return to resuscitate market
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