Sansiri Public Company Limited (SIRI), revealed that the Company realised a record pre-sale figure for “taka HAUS” project which is the latest collaborated project under “Siri TK One Company Limited”, a joint venture between Sansiri Public Company Limited and Tokyu Corporation of Japan with Sansiri holding 70 percent and Tokyu Group companies 30 percent. Customers at the two-day pre-sales on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September showed tremendous enthusiasm by making reservation for 85 percent of the project totalling 1,700 million baht – way above the 1,000-million-baht target. Moreover, foreign customers also demonstrated their confidence in Sansiri as the simultaneous global launch in Japan, Hong Kong, China, Singapore and Taiwan produced more than 30 percent of pre-sales total.
With the visible successes of the three condominium projects under the “HAUS” brand, namely, “hasu HAUS” (sales closed), “mori HAUS” (sales closed, transfer inspection 70-percent completed within two weeks), and the latest, “taka HAUS, the Company is preparing to launch two more “HAUS” projects worth a total of 8,700 million baht by the end of this year. These new projects are also expected to be well received by foreign customers especially those from Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore as a result of the brand’s offer of total living solution.
“The Company was able to reach the higher-than-target pre-sale result which when combined with Sansiri’s total sales to-date of 12,000 million baht means that the Company so far has the total condominium sales of 13,700 million baht, or more than 55 percent of the 25,000-million-baht condominium sales target set for this year. That adds up to Sansiri’s total sales for this year of 23,000 million baht – a figure that indicates an exponential growth. The trend also confirms that the Company will be able to meet the new target for this year of 40,000 million baht,”
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