DDproperty Property Index Q2 2018

DDproperty Property Index rose to 215, from 213 in the first quarter of the year, reflecting a growth in pricing driven by the increased cost of land. Higher property prices are evident not only in the Central Business Districts (CBDs) or New CBDs, but also in surrounding city fringe areas, as well as other provinces in Greater Bangkok.

The price of residential property in Bangkok will continue to increase, driven by higher costs and a continued influx of demand from foreign buyers. Consumers that buy property now are expected to profit in the future from this continual capital appreciation.

DDproperty Price Index


Increased by 1%

DDproperty Supply Index


Decrease by 11%

DDproperty Property Index Q2 2018