It looks like the trend to move to Thailand is waning, or the bubble inflated too quickly: World's Best and Worst Property Markets: Thailand - BusinessWeek
Quarterly Rank: 30
Quarterly Price Change: -5.6%
Annual Rank: 17
Annual Price Change: -3.7%
Domestic political strife, coupled with the international financial crisis, created a challenging business climate in 2008 for Thailand. Developers postponed multiple projects, including construction on a major shopping center at Rama IX in Bangkok.
Notice the past tense. It is possible for a project to have been postponed and still be open before the present moment.
have you ever heard of ANY construction project that proceeded without delays? if you have you probably heard about it ina a dream. gotta call bullshit on the Centan Pra Ram Gao thing.
that said, the tThai real estate market seems to have little to do with reality.
Imodium can't stop me.
This guy is a bit crazy, but he's right in this video:
Horrible speaker, okay, okay, cough, cough, these things, those things, cough, okay. But yeah, he's probably right when he says buy something unique. And when you buy you're also buying into the Baht. And you'll never sell it to a Thai national.
Is this good or bad news for teachers? Is rent cheaper?
Thailand one of the worst property markets in the world
It looks like the trend to move to Thailand is waning, or the bubble inflated too quickly: World's Best and Worst Property Markets: Thailand - BusinessWeekSo, what's the current outlook; the outlook for 2012 - 2013?Sources: Knight Frank Global House Price Index & 2009 Annual Review and Outlook