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to a survey by The Nation early last week, the resale prices of condos located
in the Sukhumvit, Phloenchit, Sathorn, Pathumwan and Thonglor neighbourhoods
have surged by 30-50 per cent over their advertised prices when new.

Most of them are ready-to-move-in condo
projects that came on the market from 2007-14.

Address Chidlom, which had a pre-sale price of Bt102,000 per square metre in
2007, is now offering resale prices of Bt135,000-Bt150,000, up 32-47 per cent.
The Park Chidlom is up 100-110 per cent from Bt95,000-Bt110,000 to Bt200,000-

The Met on Sathorn Road has appreciated 19
per cent from Bt128,000 to Bt153,000.

Condo projects that had offered pre-sale
prices below Bt100,000 per square metre have now shot up to the six-figure
mark. The Alcove Thonglor on Thonglor Soi 10 could be bought for Bt87,000
during pre-sales, but now requires Bt115,000 for a resale unit, up 32 per cent.

Baan Sirirudee at Soi Rumrudee had presale
prices of Bt85,000-Bt110,000 per square metre, depending on the floor. The
resale prices of this project are now Bt134,000-Bt150,000, up 57 per cent.

In the Rama III-Ratchaburana area, resale
prices of riverside condos have more than doubled in recent years, thanks to
rising demand for homes located close to Chao Phraya River.

Resale prices for riverside condos in
projects launched over the past five years now average Bt90,000 per square
metre, against an average of Bt40,000 at the time of reservation.

The River condo project by Raimon Land
currently sells at Bt140,000 per square metre, versus the presale price tag of
Bt90,000 in 2007.

The Pano by Krungthep Land offers units at
Bt120,000 per square metre, up 20 per cent from Bt100,000 when the project was
launched in 2011.

Kana Riverfront Rama 3, introduced by
Kanaphaya Property early this year at Bt175,000 per square metre, now fetches

Chapter One Ratchburana by Pruksa Real
Estate is now on offer for Bt90,000 per square metre, more than double the
presale level of Bt40,000 last year

“Limited land supply close to the
river drives residential prices near the Chao Phraya, with prices rising in
line with growing demand,” said Prasert Taedullayasatit, Pruksa’s managing
director for condos, who is also president of the Thai Condominium Association.
Although resale prices are higher than their presale prices, they are still
lower than new projects rising in the same location, so this is a good choice
for homebuyers or investors now searching for value, he said.

Meanwhile, new condominium projects
launched recently are also offering prices higher than the resale condominium

According to a survey by The Nation early
this week, new condominium projects launched in the central business districts
such as Sukhumvit, Sathorn, Wireless Road and Chidlom offer a price exceeding
Bt200,000 per square metre. They are higher than resale condo prices at the
same location.

For example, Pace Development’s Nimit
Luang Suan condominium currently offers the highest starting price, at
Bt300,000 per square metre.

Q Sukhumvit by Quality Houses offers a
price of Bt260,000 per square metre.

Sindhorn Residence by Siam Sindhorn at
Langsuan Village offers a starting price of Bt210,000 per square metre.


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