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Mystyle Condo Hua Hin 102 is all about convenience

Mystyle Condo Hua Hin 102 is located in the heart of Hua Hin and in close proximity to convenient stores within a one-minute walk...

Sansiri speeds up its path to the market, Condo after-sales service reigns supreme

Sansiri has announced its second Speed to Market strategy: Keep an eye on the market and be prepared to act quickly, as the real...

CPN invests in the housing market with a five-year goal of creating 70 condominium buildings across Thailand

The residential business plan for Central Pattana is being implemented in order to achieve rapid growth. In the 5-year plan, more than 50 projects...

A day in the life at Mystyle Condo Hua Hin 102- every aspect of lifestyle fulfilled

Mystyle Condo Hua Hin 102 is the residence for those who wish to fulfill every aspect of lifestyle: urban, chilling, healthy, and social. At Mystyle...

A day in the life at Mystyle Condo Hua Hin 102 – every aspect of lifestyle fulfilled

Mystyle Condo Hua Hin 102 is the residence for those who wish to fulfill every aspect of lifestyle: urban, chilling, healthy, and social. At Mystyle...

Sansiri opens alt.Eatery plant-based food chain with large partnerships

On May 21, 2022, Bangkok's first plant-based food chain project successfully opened under the brand name "alt.Eatery" in association with "NRPT". The highlight is that...

Armed Conflict in Ukraine Drives Up Thai Construction Costs

The cost of building houses in Thailand is seeing a spike due to rising energy and steel prices driven by the armed conflict in...

Dusit Central Park reaches 40% sold mark

It took 18 months to drive sales of Dusit Central Park to 40% which is considered extraordinary under the covid situation. Named Dusit Central Park, it is...

Condo sector remains stuck in doldrums

Anti-government protests that turned violent are expected to impact condo demand from foreign buyers, even though some relaxation of lockdown restrictions next month may...

Hong Kongers fleeing protests, national security law boost overseas property markets

HONG KONG: Hong Kongers moving abroad have bought at least US$100 million worth of property since 2019, a year marked by unprecedented social unrest,...

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