Property Show returns at bigger venue


The real estate sector in Pattaya has taken something of a beating in the last few months, with a massive decline in tourists and uncertainty about further restrictions for foreigners, and that has to some extent damaged the confidence in the market.

However, in the long term, real estate is always a good investment and these bumps have to be accepted. Therefore, the upcoming Pattaya Property Show scheduled from the 3rd to the 5th of October as the high season approaches will be the arena where property developers can showcase their projects as they welcome new potential customers during the 3 day event.

Officials gather to announce the 2nd Pattaya Property Show will commence Oct. 3 - 5.Officials gather to announce the 2nd Pattaya Property Show will commence Oct. 3 – 5.

A press conference was held at City Hall on Wednesday the 17th of September to announce the event and was hosted by its organizer, Mike Bridge from Exact Trading.

He was joined by Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh as they addressed the press.

This is the second time the Pattaya Property Show will be held in the city. The first was staged at the Hilton Hotel and for the next one Mike and his team will utilizing the second biggest conference center in Pattaya, the Napalai Convention Center at the Dusit Thani Pattaya in the north of the city.

55 stands showcasing some of the best properties in and around the city will be showcased at the Dusit, highlighting the vast choice available on the Eastern Seaboard, not just in terms of location but also, style, size and of course pricing.

This is nearly double the amount of exhibitors from the previous event and the Dusit offers ease of parking, and is somewhat easier in terms of accessibility.

Mike Bridge acknowledged the help of the mayor and his deputies in enabling him to set up the show and was delighted in the uptake by other real estate brokers and project developers.

Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh added that the Pattaya Property Show was a great boost for the city and falls in line with the MICE image that they are building on.

The show will run for 3 days from Friday the 3rd till Sunday the 5th of October from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Admission is free.

What yet remains to be seen, is if the downturn in business will see genuine offers at the show as it is certainly a buyer’s market at present.

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