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Engel & Volkers Expansion

Category: Real estate, Posted:02 Dec 2009 | 06:19 am

Master franchise holder of the Thailand Engel and Volkers network Double 8 Realty Co., Ltd have announced the opening of a new headquarters in Bangkok as of December. The new office will be housed in the prestigious Thong Lor Soi 3 district of Sukhumvit.
First opening in Hua Hin in 2007 and then 2009 in Phuket there is a strategic target for 15 branches in the country. Previously in Kamala there was an E & V office which is now Philips Luxury Real Estate.

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