By The Nation
The process will be facilitated by what the company calls its Sansiri Service.
The property is located on Ekkamai 12, an eclectic lifestyle neighbourhood that caters to urbanites of different backgrounds.
The property conveyance of taka Haus will take place from August 16-18.
This is expected to help boost its revenue from the transfer of properties in 2019 to Bt29 billion by the end of this year.
The Thai property developer is attributing its success to quick and efficient project management, as well as the ability to facilitate the whole process itself.
The company’s chief operating officer, Uthai Uthaisangsuk, said that Sansiri’s continued success in responding to all homeowners’ needs with residential development projects in Bangkok and the provinces had resulted in an annual increase in the number of “Sansiri Family” members, of which there are currently more than 126,000 households.
In 2019, the leading property developer will deliver Bt29 billion worth of finished projects, meeting real housing demand in Bangkok and the provinces.
“In the second half of this year, Sansiri has an important mission to deliver finished housing to homebuyers. There are nine condominium projects that will be completed and delivered to homeowners, which are: taka Haus (Bt2 billion value), The Line Sukhumvit 101 (Bt4.7-billion), The Line Phahon-Pradipat (Bt5.9 billion), The Base Phetkasem (Bt2-billion), The Base Sukhumvit 50 (Bt1.55 billion), The Monument Thong Lor (Bt6.3 billion), Khun by Yoo Inspired by Starck (Bt4 billion), La Casita Hua Hin (Bt2.4 billion) and dcondo Hatyai (Bt800 million).
“Meanwhile, single detached house and townhouse projects will be completed and delivered to homebuyers in phases. There will be more and more property conveyance activities to welcome new members to the Sansiri Family,” Uthai said.