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About    Our Company


Jones Lang LaSalle (NYSE) is a professional services firm specializing in real estate. The firm offers integrated services delivered by expert teams worldwide to clients seeking increased value by owning, occupying or investing in real estate. With 2011 global revenue of $3.6 billion, Jones Lang LaSalle serves clients in 70 countries from more than 1,000 locations worldwide, including 200 corporate offices.  

In Thailand, Jones Lang LaSalle was established in 1990 and today is the largest international property services firm with offices in Bangkok, Phuket and Pattaya, more than 1,300 staff and over 5 million sqm of property and corporate facilities managed. At the Euromoney Real Estate Survey 2012, the firm was voted the number one overall real estate advisor and consultant in Thailand and also won top votes for Research, Valuation and Agency/Letting.

Vision & Mission


To deliver exceptional strategic, fully integrated services and solutions for Real Estate owners, occupiers and investors worldwide.



To be the chosen Real Estate expert and strategic advisor to the leading owners, occupiers and investors around the world.



Serve Our Clients

  • We will accept only excellence in both client service and the quality and supervision of work; we will not settle for competence alone.
  • Our client relationships must be founded on mutual respect and we will withdraw if this is unachievable.
  • We will work only for clients who are willing to compensate us at levels that fairly reflect the value we deliver.

Support Our People

  • Our people will receive career development, guidance, counselling, and feedback on their performance.
  • We will be rewarded through a fair and clearly communicated compensation scheme.
  • We will avoid and be intolerant of disrespectful behaviour among our people, including toward those who choose to leave the firm.
  • We will always act as team players within a collaborative corporate culture.

Aspire To Leadership

  • The primary accountability of a manager will be team success; individual contributions will be of secondary importance.
  • We will expect our achievements to be fairly recognized and our ideas to be encouraged throughout the firm.
  • We are committed to achieving a healthy balance between business and private life.