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09/04/2021
NEWS

AP Thailand keeps good momentum going   

09/04/2021
NEWS

AP Thailand keeps good momentum going   

First quarter sees presales topping Bht 8,000 million

 

Bangkok (8 Apr 2021) – AP Thailand Public Co., Ltd., has been keeping its good momentum going and  started the year 2021 with first-quarter presales totaling Bht 7,966 million, attributable to  the 113 projects it has across the country.  The good performance reflects the company’s strength from within coupled with efficient management of its product portfolio and distribution.  In the second quarter, low-rise properties will continue to be   the year’s superstars as the company prepares to launch 5 new low-rise projects and keeps the organisation ready to cope with changing rules of the world with a commitment to ‘EMPOWER LIVING’.    

 

Mr. Vittakarn Chandavimol, Chief Corporate Strategy and Creation, AP Thailand PCL, said that the overall property industry in the second quarter is believed to be still awaiting recovery.  While demand will continue to mirror the overall economy, on the supply side new product launches will continue to come from a few major players.  For condominiums, the market sentiment is expected improve in the second half of the year, but it will take a long time before the market gets back to the pre-COVID-19 state.  Low-rise products will remain superstars for another year.  In the first quarter of this year, the company was able to reach Bht 7,966 million in presales from its 113 existing projects nationwide, an increase of 32% on the same period of 2020 when it recorded presales of Bht 6,045 million.  Low-rise presales account for Bht 7,293 million, reflecting customer confidence in the single detached houses and townhomes AP has across Bangkok or new markets in 5 provinces, namely Khon Kaen, Rayong, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Ayutthaya and Chiang Rai – all contributed to the remarkable sales growth amid market uncertainty.

 

As for the opportunity for property developers to survive the ripple effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mr. Vittakarn said that in addition to having plans for internal organisational management to build up corporate strength, portfolio management to have readily available products for sale all the time across multiple locations to create sales chances and competitive advantage is another way to bring success for today going forward towards the main EMPOWER LIVING goal to create and provide products and services that empower AP customers and related parties to live a good life on their own terms.

 

For the second quarter of the year, the company plans to launch 5 low-rise projects worth Bht around Bht 2,660 million.  All of them will be offered for sale in June this year.  They include 2 single detached house developments worth Bht 1,650 million, namely 1) Centro Phahol – Vibhavadi 2, comprised of 249 units worth Bht 1,250 million 2) Centro Ratchapruek – Suanpak 3, comprised of 43 units worth Bht 400 million as well as 3 townhome projects worth Bht 1,010 million, namely 3) Pleno Bangna – Onnut 2, comprised of 233 units worth Bht 570 million 4) Pleno Pinklao – Charan 2, comprised of 86 units worth Bht 330 million, including home offices 5) District Ramintra – Chatuchot, comprised of 20 units worth Bht 110 million.

 

In 2021, AP Thailand will have 145 projects worth over Bht 118,128 million under development around the country.  They include 34 new projects launched in 2021, worth around Bht 43,000 million (2 projects worth Bht 2,300 million have been launched), 30 of which are low-rise projects worth around Bht 28,800 million and 4 condominium projects worth around Bht 14,200 million, to be launched in the second half of the year, as well as 113 existing projects valued at around Bht 77,428 million, across several locations in Bangkok and the provinces (included 2 new projects have been launched).  In 2021, the company targets Bht 43,100 million in revenues (100% JV included) and projects presales of Bht 35,500 million.    

 

In the first quarter of this year, the company launched in February 2 projects, namely Apitown Chiang Rai and Apitown Ayutthaya, both valued at a total of Bht 2,300 million. It was able to close Bht 300 million worth of presales, which was a testament to the confidence and trust customers in major cities have in AP’s brands and AP-developed properties.

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