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23 May 2013 : Condominium supply in the Khao Yai area in Nakhon Ratchasima will likely be steady before increasing again in the fourth quarter of this year.
23 May 2013 : Property developer Richy Place 2002 Co has vowed to make an aggressive move this year with the launch of four projects worth a combined 5.7 billion baht.
22 May 2013 : Despite robust supply, the average selling price of new condominiums in eastern and western Bangkok witnessed the highest increase in the city due to a sharp rise in land prices in the past few years.
21 May 2013 : CHIANG MAI : Property Perfect Plc (PF), the SET-listed developer, plans to spend 2.4 billion baht to set up two condominium projects under the Uniloft brand in 2014.
21 May 2013 : Despite fierce competition, the SET-listed developer Supalai Plc plans to launch six residential projects worth more than 8 billion baht combined in Chon Buri and Rayong this year.
17 May 2013 : Happyland Group, the 40-year-old property developer, plans to launch two housing projects in Bangkok under the H-Cape brand this year with a combined value of 1.27 billion baht.
15 May 2013 : Though the property market is heating up, worrying the Bank of Thailand, housing demand still belongs to real buyers and first-time home purchasers, insists Prasert Taedullayasatit, chief business officer at the SET-listed Pruksa Real Estate Plc (PS).
14 May 2013 : The Suralertrungsri family, a major shareholder of Park Chong Jute Mill Co, one of the only two jute sack manufacturers in the country, has jumped on the property development bandwagon.
14 May 2013 : SAMUT SAKHON : Property developer D-Land Group will double production capacity of its prefabrication construction to offset a labour shortage in Samut Sakhon, its flagship location.
14 May 2013 : Central Pattana Plc, Thailand's leading retail property developer, has entered into a joint-venture agreement with a Malaysian developer to build a 580-million-ringgit (5.73-billion-baht) shopping mall in Selangor, Malaysia.
10 May 2013 : Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong insists that he has yet to see signs of a housing bubble, while acknowledging that the state's 2-trillion-baht infrastructure spending plan will drive a property boom.
10 May 2013 : Siam Global House Plc, the SET-listed retailer of building materials and home improvement products, is spending 2.6 billion baht to open 12 new stores this year.