Bangkok, the capital and largest city of Thailand, is a vibrant and dynamic metropolis that attracts millions of visitors and residents every year. However, the city’s housing market has been facing some challenges in recent years, especially due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has disrupted the economy and society. In this post, we will bullet-point the current state and the future outlook of the Bangkok condo market in 2024, based on the latest research and data by Kasikornbank Research Centre.
Here are the main factors that influence the demand and supply of condos in the city and the opportunities and risks for buyers and sellers this year.
Housing market slowdown
Bangkok and its suburbs are expected to see a 7.8% drop in housing sales in 2024, due to the impact of the pandemic, high household debt, and rising interest rates.
Market recovery next year
The research center forecasts that the housing market will stabilize in 2025 and that property transfers could grow by 1.2%-4.6%, depending on the government’s stimulus measures and policies.
Three key challenges
The property market faces the issues of oversupply, rising costs, and demographic changes, which could affect the demand and supply of housing in the long term.
The Bangkok condo market is undergoing a slowdown in 2024, as the pandemic and other factors have dampened the demand and sales of housing units. However, the market is expected to recover in 2025, as the economy and the tourism sector bounce back and the government implements supportive policies. The market also faces some long-term challenges, such as oversupply, rising costs, and demographic changes, which require careful planning and innovation from the developers and the buyers.
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