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New villa project builds a sense of community, wellbeing and green space in Thailand
There is no shortage of upscale housing in Phuket. However, these projects aren’t necessarily tailored to the rapidly growing number of people in search of deeper, richer experiences. For this group, luxury is a connection to their surroundings. Vill…June 23, 2022
Thailand’s best real estate projects drive the real estate market to new heights
This article on Thailand’s best real estate projects appeared in the most recent issue of Dot Property Magazine. Click here to read it! Thailand’s best real estate projects are a diverse bunch. Throughout the country, developments are innovating and …June 20, 2022
The future of the office is dependent on employees
There is no shortage of approaches when it comes to the future of the office. Airbnb is getting rid of it entirely while Elon Musk is taking a much different path. These are the extremes, however. CBRE Asia Pacific believes the office isn’t going awa…June 14, 2022
Residential luxury in Bangkok reaches new heights
Raimon Land is synonymous with residential luxury in Bangkok much in the same way Aston Martin is known for upscale automobiles or Louis Vuitton is recognized for designer handbags. And there is a very good reason for this. The developer’s efforts re…June 13, 2022
Expat cost of living in most of Southeast Asia falls due to weakening currencies
Expat cost of living in most of Southeast Asia declined during the past 12 months due in large part to weakening local currencies. Research from ECA International found Singapore remains the region’s most expensive place for expats to reside while Ba…June 10, 2022