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ชื่อเรื่อง: A concept of Australia retirement village and a new approach for real estate industry in Thailand
ผู้แต่ง/ผู้ร่วมงาน: Supasit Leartbuasin
Juntima Potisarattana
Graduate School of Commerce
คำสำคัญ: Real estate business
Retirement
Retirement village
วันที่เผยแพร่: 2015
บทคัดย่อ: Thailand’s real estate industry has been growing steadily and has been highly competitive while the options for projects have been limited. There has been stiff competition among the property developers in the same Industry. It is, therefore, necessary for the real estate industry in Thailand to expand its options in order to penetrate a greater prospective customer market. This has been of great interest especially the housing market for expats residing in Thailand, because it is considered a highly profitable market. That is to say; there are a lot of foreigners staying in Thailand after the age of retirement. One of the marked businesses for the real estate business in Thailand is the retirement village. In fact. The retirement village as it is presently understood includes various levels. Among them, a level for elderly people who are still healthy and do not require much care is called “Retirement Village”, which is generally found like other communities but is its prospective clients includes only the elderly and not a home for older people with the need for intensive medical care. Aged care has been an interest of study in Thailand, where the proportion of elderly population has increased and Thai societal structure focuses on family care for seniors. However, many families are not ready to elicit the services of aged care. One of the solutions is to provide a home for the elderly where constant nursing care is provided. In spite of numerous aged care facilities for the elderly in Thailand, most of them have been established in the form of a foster home, thereby they have been received a negative image for a long time. An alternative for Thailand is the retirement village that incorporates a beneficial image of age care that is more likely to be popular in the future. Australia is ideal as a case study and the research of protocols for the business of Thailand’s retirement village, because Australia is a country that has operated retirement villages for an extended time. Presently the business of a village for retirement may not be able to penetrate the domestic market; however, foreign customers retiring in Thailand are likely to be a potential market. A business relating to retirement villages can be expected to promote the real estate industry, to penetrate foreign markets, and to generate revenue for Thailand. An interesting focus of research is Australian ageing population as a model to identify the characteristics of retirement villages that meets the needs of the foreign customers. This paper is to offer one important aspect of a large-scale study that investigates the retirement village in Thailand for foreigners; a dimension that the real estate entrepreneurs, researcher and other interested parties can apply to develop a business model for retirement villages desired by foreigners as well as a future model for the domestic market.
URI: http://dspace.lib.buu.ac.th/xmlui/handle/1234567890/3331
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