Thailand’s property market has taken a hit from the Covid-19 pandemic and a growing protest movement that wants reforms to the monarchy and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to step down. Photo: AP Photo Thailand’s property market has taken a hit from the Covid-19 pandemic and a growing protest movement that wants reforms to the monarchy and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to step down. Photo: AP Photo
Thailand’s property market has taken a hit from the Covid-19 pandemic and a growing protest movement that wants reforms to the monarchy and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to step down. Photo: AP Photo
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Thai developers throw in massive discounts, hotel stays and even free registrations to reduce piling inventory levels

  • A massive surplus in some parts of Bangkok has seen Thai developers launch yet another campaign to attract buyers amid the economic uncertainty
  • Housing inventory levels in Bangkok stood at 147,000 units at the end of the first half, nearly the same as the 138,000 units seen at the end of 2015

Topic |   Thailand
Thailand’s property market has taken a hit from the Covid-19 pandemic and a growing protest movement that wants reforms to the monarchy and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to step down. Photo: AP Photo Thailand’s property market has taken a hit from the Covid-19 pandemic and a growing protest movement that wants reforms to the monarchy and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to step down. Photo: AP Photo
Thailand’s property market has taken a hit from the Covid-19 pandemic and a growing protest movement that wants reforms to the monarchy and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to step down. Photo: AP Photo
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