According to a recent survey conducted by the Thai Department of Treasury, "Condominium prices are expected to rise further by 20-25 per cent this year with the number of condominiums seeking new registration are set to increase by more than 100*".

The survey also found that high priced condominiums are located in the Sukhumvit area of Bangkok. They are close to the main lines of the city's mass transit systems (BTS & MRT) as well as the major touristic sites and business streets. There, units are selling for over 200,000 baht per square meter, that is, for over $6,568 per square meter.