The country navigates evolving buyer trends and policy advocacy for sustainable growth
In 2023, Phuket’s real estate market is experiencing a significant surge in demand, driven by both local and foreign investors. The island’s stunning natural beauty, vibrant culture, and thriving tourism industry as described by Phuket.Net have made it a sought-after destination for property investment. The increasing foreign demand is contributing to a notable boom in the real estate market, with experts predicting a positive outlook for 2023.
The changing preferences of buyers, influenced by evolving lifestyles and technology, are shaping the demand for specific property types in Phuket. Investors staying informed about these trends can make informed decisions and tap into emerging market segments.
Phuket stands out as a prime destination for property investment in Thailand due to its natural beauty, strong tourism industry, and well-developed infrastructure. These factors create a desirable living environment, offering a blend of lifestyle benefits and financial returns. The island’s economic stability, infrastructure development, and attractive rental yields further enhance its appeal as an investment destination.
Despite improvements in Thailand’s economy due to foreign purchasing power and the reopening of China,Thailand Business News reported that domestic buyers face challenges like rising interest rates, inflation, and political uncertainties, limiting their purchasing power. The number of condominium transfers by foreigners has increased by 79.2 percent in the first quarter of 2023 compared to the previous year.
News update site Thaiger noted that real estate developers and consultants are urging the Thai government to implement policies that promote foreign investment to boost the economy. They believe that such measures will create a more positive environment for overseas buyers in the property market. Developers suggest extending leasehold periods for low-rise houses to attract foreign investors. Prominent real estate figures express confidence in Thailand’s attractiveness for foreign buyers, emphasising the importance of global economic confidence and attractive measures to encourage investment.
As the market shows signs of recovery, property developers are optimistic about the future, with expectations of increased sales to foreign buyers, particularly from Russia and China, if conducive policies are implemented.
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