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Barnett, Bill | C9 Market Update: February 2017 | Retrieved from C9 Hotelworks | File Type: PDF
Testimonial: Jimmy P. Semaan
Phuket has never had it so good and property is booming. Every year Phuket attracts millions of tourists which has created investment opportunities for those willing to take them. The Island is well known and respected as one of the best places in the world to relax, unwind and retire.
With sun drenched beaches and a vibrant nightlife, people of all ages are attracted to this tropical paradise. This has helped increase real estate and property prices year after year and many developers are well invested in Phuket.
Properties in Phuket continue to change hands regularly as International investors and the wealthy increasingly want a piece of Phuket. The island is popular with those looking to spend the winter in a warm and comfortable place. High season is guaranteed to bring in a large amount of people flying in from Europe. And because Phuket is centrally located within Asia, it’s also very accessible for most Asian countries being just a few hours flight. Many countries have direct flights to Phuket thru it’s expanded International Airport.
The amount of tourists visiting the island has continued to go up. There are many developments coming to Phuket that are likely to draw even more tourists in the near future.
Anyone who’s bought real estate in Phuket over the last 10 years knows, the demand for property here has increased significantly. There are new developments in the pipeline that aim to ensure the island’s popularity for years to come. Some areas in Phuket are still yet to be developed and represent investment opportunities.
Thailand has been an extremely popular tourist destination for decades now, attracting an astounding 28 million visitors in 2014. A growing number of people enjoy the Thai culture so much that some decide to buy a house in the Land of Smiles. A majority of these home buyers choose the white sandy beaches and tropical lifestyle of Phuket for investment.
Phuket’s luxurious high end Villas have been in great demand in prior years. However, these villas are currently not the most sought-after anymore. The average home buyer in Phuket prefers a more affordable property. Most of the Villas that are sold now are under the 18 million baht mark.
The effect of this trend is already visible in the new Villa developments. Most of these are now built on a relatively smaller plot of land and with a focus on comfort and privacy. The reduced plot size has made these Villas, especially as land prices in Phuket are consistently increasing.
Barnett, Bill | C9 Market Update: February 2015 | Retrieved from C9 Hotelworks | File Type: PDF
The market for Villas in Phuket has changed in recent years. Now that people around the World regain confidence in their economy, having a holiday home in a tropical paradise is becoming more popular. Buying a Villa in Phuket doesn’t have to be expensive and could be within reach for you and your family. Here is some insight into the Villa prices in Phuket.
At the beginning of this century, the Villa market in Phuket was very different. Today, most of the Villas built are an answer to the growing amount of tourists looking for a luxurious holiday accommodation. In 2016, there are currently over 3,000 constructed Villas in Phuket, in 2004, their were less than 200 Villas on the island.
The financial crisis created a flat demand for Villas in Phuket from 2008 to 2012, as many tourists suffered from financial setbacks. This caused the rate of Villa and Estate construction to slow down during those years.
The needs and demands of Phuket’s visitors have changed too. In the past decade, many people preferred the highest level of luxury and they had the budget to buy a luxury Villa. In today’s market, modest Villas are more popular and are in steady demand.
Barnett, Bill | C9 Market Update: September 2014 | Retrieved from C9 Hotelworks | File Type: PDF
Barnett, Bill | C9 Market Update: September 2015 | Retrieved from C9 Hotelworks | File Type: PDF