Developers operating in Thailand’s most popular resorts – such as Koh Samui and Phuket – are attempting to attract foreign buyers to their schemes.
An article for Property Report pointed out build quality is a major consideration, while attractive pricing for overseas purchasers is an increasing trend.
Tourist arrivals in Thailand have improved significantly this year, the publication added, with popular destinations performing particularly well.
The Thai real estate market has received a boost from this growth, with some of the new projects under construction designed to cater for “a more sophisticated international clientele”.
A recent post on The Phuket Insider highlighted the growing level of development on some of the country’s lesser known islands, such as Koh Kood, Koh Chang and Koh Mak.
Many of these properties are being sold for their “investment yield and lifestyle”, the news provider noted, adding the main reason why these markets have yet to grow significantly is the poor transport links from the mainland.
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