One property exhibition held last weekend in Bangkok generated a significant level of sales, while another saw venue footfall of more than one million people across its four days.
Dot Property held its property exhibition (pictured) at Siam Paragon while the Government Housing Bank (GHB) Expo at Queen Sirikit Centre generated “cash flow” of more than THB 24 billion according to a report from Thailand’s National News Bureau.
The GH Bank Expo attracted many consumers who were interested in buying houses and condominiums.
Condominiums received most attention (41 percent) from buyers aged between 30 and 40-years-old, while those aged between 21 and 30-years old represented 13 percent of buyers, according to real estate agency Plus Property.
Interestingly, and likely due to prices, the most popular condos that were sold at the Expo were smaller than 30 sqm in size.
Buyers at this exhibition were noted to prefer condos in the Pra Khanong, Huay Kwang, Phaya Thai and Ratcha Thewi areas of Bangkok.
Prices in these locations that were attracting attention from buyers were in the region of THB 5 million.
Dot Property’s four-day event at Siam Paragon saw sales from exhibitors from throughout Thailand.
Pattaya-based Habitat Group had one of the busiest booths at the exhibition, according to the organisers.
According to the real estate portal, more than one million people passed through Siam Paragon during the exhibition, giving developers their chance to showcase projects to local and global visitors.