Population, home prices rise along Purple Line train route

Real Estate February 05, 2018 16:18

By The Nation

Property and facility management agency Plus Property said the population in provinces adjoining Bangkok has grown by 21 per cent, boosting demand for residences along the Purple Line electric-train route.



With the locale serving as a transit point for Greater Bangkok’s electric-train loop, land prices along the Purple Line have risen more than 40 per cent over the past five years, managing director Anukul Ratpitaksanti said on Monday. 

Residences near Bang Yai, Tao Pun and Wong Sawang stations have been the most attractive.