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Thailand Resort Property Market Updates

Category: Real estate, Posted:03 May 2011 | 14:52 pm

For those of you who missed last Friday's Greater Phuket AMCHAM Resort Market Update, we are attaching a link so you can download the presentations.
We had expert David Simister (CBRE) Greater Phuket, Antony Picon (Colliers International) – Samui/Pattaya, Duangjai Kraus (Engel and Voelkers (Hua Hin) and Andrew Langdon (JLL Hotels) – Resort Transactions.
The information gives a great sense of where the market's are currently. The link is to the AMCHAM website and downloads of the presentation just need to be clicked.
To download <link>http://www.amchamthailand.com/ACCT/asp/reports.asp?SponsorID=654&DocCatID=55&OrderBy=DocDt&Available=All*CLICK</link>

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