Prices of residential projects close to Bangkok’s mass transit system and rents for grade-A office and retail properties in the central business district will rise by about 5% to 10% this year, says property consultancy Colliers International Thailand. Managing director Patima Jeerapaet said prices of luxury and mass residential units will this year increase by 5% and 5% to 15%, respectively. (Bangkok Post)
Prices in Bangkok to climb by 10%, says Colliers
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