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Inventing Better Thai Housing Solutions than Baan Eua-Arthorn & Baan Mankong (June 2012)
Most city plans in Thailand expired (March 2012)
Housing projects get smaller (July 2011)
It's time to put csr on the 'doing right' track (May 2011)
Not everyone in Map Ta Phut is upset about industry (December 2010)
New survey suggests no condo oversupply 79% occupancy seen as healthy (December 2010)
Letter to the Prime Minister on Voice of Map Ta Phut People (November 2010)
Greater Bangkok prices becoming dearer (October 2010)
Residential project launches to see big rise (July 2010)
AREA: Don't allow land tax exemptions (March 2010)
Tax reform must precede liberalisation (February 2010)
Developers need to guard against risk of housing oversupply (February 2010)
Baan Mankong: Slum Solution or Fiasco? (January 2010)
No serious impacts from Dubai, Dong (December 2009)
Prices for new houses climb 30% Units in Bangkok up to B3.5m from B2.7m (November 2009)
New body proposed to improve land use (May 2009)
Property sector welcomes generous new incentives (January 2009)
Soft Laws & Governance (November 2008)
Rama V Road and Ratchaphruek Road popular fordetached housing (September 2008)
Land prices feel pinch (September 2008)
Plots near mass transit still gain the most in value (September 2008)
Home sales rise as condos sag in first half (July 2008)
Hot locations' appeal to investors may cool (May 2008)
Condo bookings fall despite stimulus measures (May 2008)
Comment's on the Report of Global Peace Index (May 2008)
Condominium Developments In Bangkok, 1994-2007 (January 2008)
Q4 expected to bring signs of housing market revival (September 2007)
Launches slowing, average prices down (July 2007)
New condo offerings increase 82% in May (July 2007)
Rethinking Real Estate Cycles, Bangkok, 1997-2007 (July 2007)
Average price of houses at four-year low (April 2007)
Foreign-owned companies urged to fix shareholding structures (February 2007)
Pattaya has a rosy future (February 2007)
Reserviors a must for developers (February 2007)
Housing inventories up 10%, leading to oversupply (January 2007)
Demand softening in some areas (January 2007)
Pattaya sales on the decline (January 2007)
Nine Understandings of CSR (January 2007)
Siam Square now the most pricey (September 2006)
Conference to attract new foreign investors (May 2006)
Better prospects on the horizon (May 2006)
Home sales expected to fall 22% this year (July 2005)
Thailand's Property Value and Valuation in FIABCI 2006 (July 2005)
Property Prices of Phuket After Tsunami (July 2005)
Materializing Real Estate Information Centre in Thailand (July 2005)
Sales steady but prices to drop (July 2005)
Exploring Non-Traditional and Alternative Areas of Work for Valuers in Thailand, September 2004 (September 2004)
Housing Market Recovery or Unsubstantiated Euphoria: Bangkok's Housing Market Today (2004) (January 2004)
Bangkok Housing Market Situation, Mid 2003 (August 2003)
Bangkok Slums, A City Report for UNCHS (August 2003)
Thailand's Government Housing Finance Policy (July 2003)
The State of Valuation in Thailand (July 2002)
Property Information Centre: An Intelligent Unit to Tackle the Real Estate Crisis in Thailand (July 2002) (July 2002)
2002 Summary of Housing Market Situation in Bangkok (January 2002)
GIS and Modern Valuation Practices in Thailand (February 2001)
Clearing the Myth from the Valuation Profession in Thailand (April 2000)
How to Standardize Real Estate Valuation Practices in Thailand (September 1998)
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