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Allowing ownership transfer before outstanding CAM fee is settled could have negative impact on condominium management/thailand/en-gb/news/457/allowing-ownership-transfer-before-outstanding-CAM-fee-is-settled-could-have-negative-impact-on-condominium-managementAllowing ownership transfer before outstanding CAM fee is settled could have negative impact on condominium managementThe Law Execution Department has proposed an amendment to the Condominium Act to unlock forced condo salesBamgkok2014-09-30T05:00:00Z

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30 Sep 2014

In 2007, Thailand’s first LEED certification was awarded to a new manufacturing facility built by InterfaceFLOR, an American carpet tile maker. Since then, the concept of “green building” has attracted widespread interest from the Thai media, academics, developers and operators. But has Thailand’s real estate industry really “gone green”? As the internationally recognised United States [...]  Read more

30 Sep 2014

Industrial properties have been a major contributor to en bloc transactions in Singapore over the past five years, supported by local players. So what is driving the allure of such assets and does this spell opportunity for foreign funds? *Excludes related transactions (i.e. Portfolio injections by Sponsor) Sources: URA and JLL Research 1. Yield accretive [...]  Read more

30 Sep 2014

A Brief History In 2003, the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) introduced property funds (PFPO) as a new investment vehicle in an attempt to ease the lack of liquidity in the capital markets following the 1997 financial crisis. Since their introduction, total market capitalisation of property funds has increased by an average of 60.1% per [...]  Read more

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