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Chiang Mai's Condominium Market is Booming Since 2012

The numbers of tourists and people moving to Chiang Mai is expected to continue to climb, Chiang Mai has seen a phenomenal year of rapid growth in size that seems to be running out of control. Large amounts of money are being moved into the market continuously and the number of tourists and residents has jumped. Traffic has become snarled and not much different from Bangkok.

Chiang Mai people will have to adapt themselves as next year people will need to learn to manage travel times and cope with higher costs of living.

Saturday, 10 August 2013 15:48

Residential Boom Returns to Chiang Mai

Residential Boom Returns to Chiang Mai

A overlooking of Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is often hailed as one of the most liveable cities in Asia, occasionally the world. The price of land in Chiang Mai has risen following a residential-project boom in the northern province, according to research by Collier International (Thailand).

The research shows that Chiang Mai's condominium market is booming again after more than a decade of stagnation.

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Sunday, 07 April 2013 07:52

The Reasons of Expats Moved to Thailand

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Determining exact figures for the expat population in Thailand is not easy. Most figures are estimates, but there are certainly hundreds of thousands who are living legally in the country. These are from all over Asia, Europe and the US. There are few resources which represent an official census in Thailand so it is hard to keep track of the population.

Bangkok is one of the most popular areas for expats, mainly because there are plenty of work opportunities. The city has a great deal going on for expats and the cost of living is very low there. Other areas of the country such as Chiang Mai, Pattaya and Phuket also have many expats living there. However, it is not only the busy areas which are attractive to expats.

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At the end of 2012,the residential inventory in major provinces showed 71,770 units worth Bt229.26 billion and the units are expected to take about two years to sell completely, according to a survey by Real Estate Information Centre (REIC).

The main provinces in this research included Chiang Mai, Prachuap Kiri Khan, Phetchaburi, Ayutthaya, Chon Buri, Rayong, Nakhon Ratchasima, Khon Kaen, Phuket and Songkhla in Thailand.

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