Category: Property Ownership Thailand

The Bangkok Thonglor

Condominiums Will Continue to Dominate Bangkok Property Market in 2018

Drive past Sukhumvit-Asoke intersection and you may notice a new billboard has come up in the past few days advertising a special discount for buyers of a high-end condominium project on Sathon Road that until recently was being touted as having been 100% sold out. One would be forgiven if they thought that this was […]

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Comprehensive Guide: Extending the current maximum land lease term in Thailand

A large number of foreigners work and live in Thailand. Many of them use lands on the lease. They are always concerned about the possible change in their position as a tenant, the end of the lease and the contract. Many building developers rent houses to individuals only on the continuation of the established period. […]

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Six Steps RE/MAX Uses to Qualify Phuket Developers and Projects

It’s not a secret that Thailand’s real estate market is far less regulated than most Western countries, and even some Asian regions. That is why it’s important for property investors to rely on a credible third party with global reputation and expertise in the Thai property marketplace. RE/MAX CondoDee has established and created PhuketLux with […]

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The Best City in the World

This Is the Best City in The World (Hint: It’s Not New York, London, or Paris!) Looking for an new, fun destination to visit during your next vacation? Whether you’re a budding traveler or seasoned jet setter, don’t settle on a typical trip to Paris or London. Sure, those cities can certainly dazzle. But if you’re feeling inclined to hop […]

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Property Ownership and Visa Service for Investors in Phuket and Thailand

Property Ownership in Thailand in general, and in Phuket specifically, is efficient and easy to understand. Every project will have a percentage quota for Freehold and Leasehold: at least 51% of the project will have to be owned in Leasehold Ownership or by Thai citizens; remaining (up to maximum of 49%) of the project can […]

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