The property market in Thailand has experienced significant growth and transformation over the years, attracting both local and international investors. As one of Southeast Asia’s most popular tourist destinations and a rapidly developing economy, Thailand offers a diverse range of opportunities for real estate investment. In this article, we will delve into the latest property […]
The Land Code Act and the Civil and Commercial Code in Thailand regulate the transfer of property titles. The processes that must be followed in order to transfer title to property are listed below: 1. Due Diligence: Before transferring ownership of a property, a thorough due diligence study must be made to confirm that the […]
If you are planning to buy a property in Thailand, it is very important to conduct a Thailand Property Contract Review before signing anything. There are many things that you should look out for to ensure that you have a good deal. These include any details that are not reflected on the contract, ambiguous clauses, […]
Performing a Thai Due Diligence is an essential part of buying property in Thailand. First and foremost, you must make sure that the seller is who they say they are. Another important step is to verify that the property is owned by the seller. You can do this through a number of means. For example, […]
Property prices in Thailand is hitting a difficult balance as the government tries to bring the market under control due to speculation. A recent property report however gives another picture and raises the question …
When you buy property in Thailand normally there rules as to what cost the buyer pays and which costs the seller pays during the property transfer. Also note that there are no ‘caps’ on what the property agent can charge and this could create problems.
Some of the most common errors made when buying property in Thailand can be avoided and costs saved in litigation if simple rules are followed. These are some of the most common errors made in Thailand. Try to avoid these!
Buying land in Thailand can become confusing with not only the language being difficult but add in the land measurements in Thailand being neither Metric nor Imperial. Land measurements in Thailand as example.
If you are considering buying a villa in Thailand or any form of real estate that still needs to be built then you need to consider the contract even closer as you might lose your investment if anything goes wrong.
There are 4 easy steps to buying a condo in Thailand which we have listed here. Would you follow each step then buying your unit is very easy without any errors or repeating the most common mistakes in property transactions.