Dot Property Magazine is out now. This issue has interviews, insights and a very special look at a developer creating residential masterpieces in Thailand. You can download the latest issue right here!

Want to take a sneak peek inside the magazine? Here are a few of the outstanding stories you will find in the new issue of Dot Property Magazine.

Cover Story – Creating a residential masterpiece

Pattaya is changing. And so too are the city’s residential developments. It’s no longer all about mass condominiums at bottom dollar prices. The focus is now on upscale residences that provide style, comfort and convenience. Colours Development is leading this change. Through the firm’s ‘Living Beyond Possibility’ concept, it looks to create projects that set new standards for real estate along Thailand’s Eastern Seaboard.

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Special Feature –Understanding Philippine property investment this year

Philippine property investment in 2022 comes with both potential and risk. The long-term prospects of the country’s real estate market remain strong with positive economic signs already being seen. For example, OFW remittances increased during most of last year. Many experts believe a full recovery is likely to happen once the COVID-19 pandemic passes.

Of course, when exactly that happens remains uncertain. The emergence of the Omicron variant derailed plans to reopen the country to tourists and could dampen prospects in the first quarter of the year. Prior to the most recent outbreak, economists at the Japan Center for Economic Research and Nikkei had set the Philippines 2022 GDP growth forecast at 7.1 percent.

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Special Feature – 4 things to know about Thailand property investment in 2022

It is important to look at numerous factors in order to understand Thailand property investment in 2022. On one side, there are opportunities available as prices have yet to recover to pre COVID-19 levels. On the other hand, the real estate market as a whole is dealing with significant uncertainty.

The Bank of Thailand had predicted economic growth of 3.4 percent this year, but the Omicron outbreak could see that eventually be revised. Especially considering the reopening of tourism has been finalized just yet.

However, the situation isn’t all bad. Far from it, in fact. Specific developers and projects reported record sales last year and activity will continue. Here are a few things to know if you are thinking about Thailand property investment in 2022.

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