THE PRODUCTS’ FACTORS AFFECTING PURCHASE INTENTION: A CASE STUDY OF CONDOMINIUM IN BANGKOK, THAILAND

Thaninrath Wonggotwarin, Seongdok Kim

Abstract


The objective of research is to examine the effect of product’s factors which are product quality, service quality, brand image, and product design of condominium toward purchase intention of condominiums in Bangkok. In Thailand, due to the popularity of condominiums, the expansion of investment on this market has continually grown year by year and the condominium market has become highly competitive. This current research is significant in that it would help condominium developers know about what kind of condominiums preferred by potential buyers in greatly competitive market as in Bangkok. A survey questionnaire was utilized and it was distributed via online platforms. Data were collected from sample of 400 people who are considering to purchase condominiums in Bangkok. Findings of this research show that product design, product quality, and brand image are statistically significant predictors for purchase intention. Critical and practical recommendations for condominium developers and marketers are suggested to secure their competitiveness in the condominium market.

Keywords


Brand Image; Condominium; Product Design; Product Quality; Purchase Intention; Service Quality

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