When to buy? When to sell and make profits? These questions are common among consumers and may look simple on the surface. However, it isn’t that easy to make the “right decision” without comprehensive information. For this reason, DDproperty is launching the DDproperty Property Market Outlook – an overview report which collects data from the price index, the supply index, the residential property market situation, and consumer sentiment in the past 12 months, to analyse and anticipate market trends in the next 6-12 months. This report will help consumers, whether buyers, sellers, renters and lessors, understand the market, prepare plans, and make decisions with greater confidence.
The DDproperty Property Market Outlook is compiled annually, however, this year is the first time that it has been made accessible to Thai consumers. As Thailand’s No.1 property portal, DDproperty is determined to deliver information that benefits all consumers.
Looking ahead to 2021, prices and supply should balance out. The second half of 2021 should show signs of recovery depending on how the economy and political situation fares, how the COVID-19 outbreak pans out, and if the government introduces a property market stimulus measure. Download the full paper.
The property market will continue to dampen from 4Q18 and this slowdown is expected until 4Q20. Poor economic performance, high household debt and the Bank of Thailand’s Loan-to-Value policy requiring higher deposits are cited as factors for this. Consequently, an oversupply is predicted in some areas. Download the full paper
Despite a market slowdown in 3Q18, the Bank of Thailand (BoT)’s new home loan regulations in 2Q19 is expected to spur more units transfers between 4Q18 and 1Q19. Demand and supply are also expected to decline during the general election in 2019, as concerns have been raised about subsequent political unrest as well as the direction of new government policies. Download the full paper
The real estate market has shown signs of recovery in the second half of 2017 (2H17), following the economic upturn, a trendthat is expected to continue in terms of demand and supply in 2018. This growth, however, is mainly in the mid – to high-end segments where purchasing power is still strong. Download the full paper
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