Seminar: BMR Housing Market Outlook Mid of Year 2019

July 23, 2019, 08:45 - 17.00 at Arnoma Grand Hotel, Ratchadamri Rd, Bangkok
Simultaneous interpreting
Date and location
July 23, 2019, 08:45 - 17.00

The Context:
Housing market situation in terms of supply, demand (from take-up rate), total units and value, of over 1,800 projects units sold / remaining, and sales rate per month classified by 78 locations, 6 housing types and 8 price ranges, each with detailed maps.

  1. Launches of new real estate projects (residential, commercial, industrial and resort properties) on a nationwide basis from January to June 2019. This is to clearly analyze the Demand and Supply situation.
  2. Key differences between successful projects and unsuccessful projects. Examples of the 10 best-selling and 10 worst projects.
  3. Updates on road proposals and city planning affecting property markets and location analysis.
  4. Case studies: Changes in price of the same housing projects grouped by type over time.
  5. The comparison of price movement based on sampling since 1992

Please see registration form below or register at telephone number (+66)2.295.3905
Please consider participating in this seminar which will be conducted entirely in English and will provide you better insight into the real estate market of Thailand for the new year. The registration Fee is 10,000 Baht + Vat 7% (Report, lunch and morning and afternoon refreshments included).

Report: Participants will receive a report of approximately 1,000 pages with tables and figures. (For who cannot attend the seminar can purchase the Report for 8,000 Baht)

Dr.Sopon Pornchokchai, Ph.D., D.FIABCI, CRS, MRICS, President, Agency for Real Estate Affairs (AREA) He is an experienced valuer and researcher in Thailand and the ASEAN Region. Prior to starting AREA, he has been a consultant to the World Bank, ESCAP, UN-Habitat, ILO and the like. He is an international advisor to the Appraisal Foundation established by the US Congress. His research master pieces include the discovery of 1,020 slums (1985), CAMA (computer-assisterd mass appraisal) modeling (1990), forecast of 300,000 unoccupied housing units (1995 and 1998), study for property information centre (2000), land value modeling (2002), the roadmap for valuation profession (Ministry of Finance Vietnam, 2006) and the consultancy service to Ministry of Finance, Indonesia (2008), Infrastructure Project, World Bank (2010), UNCHS Vietnam (2011), ASEAN Housing (2015), UN 200 cities (2016).

Organizer: Agency for Real Estate Affairs : AREA is the largest real estate information, research and valuation centre in Thailand, with the most frequently updated data from field surveys nationwide. Our information is both comprehensive and reliable while at the same time refraining from real estate brokerage and self-interest property development in order to avoid potential conflicts of interest.

10,000 Baht
(VAT 7% not included)

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  • Cash refund for withholding tax 3% only juristic person
  • For juristic person, the course fee can be applied for 200% tax deduction.


Mr. Thanakorn Thanawarith
Chief Executive Officer, All Inspire Development PCL.
Ms. Thanyalak Vacharachaisurapol
Deputy Managing Director, Kasikorn Research Center Co., Ltd.
Ms. Pornpak Boonthong
Director, Research Department, Agency for Real Estate Affairs
Assoc.Prof. Dr. Sompop Manarungsan
President of Panyapiwat Institute of Management
Dr. Sopon Pornchokchai
President, Agency for Real Estate Affairs
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