Thailand Housing Market (THM) adds a new Listing Type to its modern ecosystem of Real Estate

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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. Apr 7, 2021 ( – Saving money on rents has never become so easy after Thailand Housing Market (THM) takes a modest initiative to launch a new Listing Type called Co-Living. It is a modern approach that has quickly gained popularity among people who are struggling to pay huge bills of rent. Co-Living offers the individuals to reside inside the house sharing the space with the house owner. In other words, selective house owners can share their rooms for a short time and even for long terms with budget-friendly rent.

Thailand Housing Market (THM) is the global leader of the online marketplace that connects worldwide clients looking for high-end places with the greatest Real Estate Agents. It has helped billions of people last year to find properties at their dream location. It can be found in more than 50 exclusive countries as it deals with 95 million international visitors every month. It provides high-value purchasable properties to shoppers and offers CPM and CPC advertising to boost traffic to marketers’ websites.

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Housing Market Group gives the Real Estate Agents access to a traffic dashboard where the professionals can measure daily rates and ROI. With over 48,000 satisfied clients, it has activated its services in every corner of the world including Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Dubai, China, Hong Kong, and Germany.


Housing Market Group

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3 Garden Road

Hong Kong

+852 5808 0333

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Housing Market Group (HMG) is a worldwide real estate marketplace that connects property shoppers with the best local real estate-related listings and professionals. 

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