Posted: 10 Sep 2017
How to go about buying a condominium, house and land in Thailand?
Posted: 6 Sep 2017
Property is still the best investment in most parts of the world, including Thailand. To maximize the return on your property investment, tax planning is recommended.
Posted: 2 Sep 2017
Whenever you move to a new country it can be quite daunting at first, especially if you are unfamiliar with the city that you have chosen to live in. Most people move to Bangkok to take up a new job, start a business, and some for retirement, so deciding where to live is a question of priorities and basically a juggling exercise.
Posted: 30 Aug 2017
Tenancy Problems -
As a tenant, it is important for you to understand your rights and responsibilities. Being aware of the laws as they relate to renting can help you avoid or resolve tenancy problems. The areas in which problems can arise include:
Posted: 29 Aug 2017
When considering selling your property, the first thing you should do is appoint a Real Estate Agent. Here are some tips to help you find the agent that is right for you
Posted: 29 Aug 2017
According to the condominium act, a foreigner can typically acquire up to, but not exceeding 49 percent of a total space of a condominium project. In Hua Hin, typically the Thai owners are 80 percent or higher, in other areas such as Phuket and Pattaya, the foreigners generally acquire 80-90 percent of the condominium projects. However only 49 percent of the foreigners can own it as freehold, the others must lease or use a Thai company structure. Following are how to go about setting up a Limited- liability company.
Posted: 15 Aug 2017
Property is still the best investment in most parts of the world, including Thailand. To maximize the
return on your property investment, tax planning is recommended.
Posted: 14 Aug 2017
Before entering into any agreement to purchase a condominium, the purchaser should ensure that, at a minimum, the following terms and conditions are contained in the standard agreement. This will protect the purchaser in the event the developer defaults or breaches the terms of the agreement.
Posted: 13 Aug 2017
Buying real estate, whether you are buying the family home or an investment, is one of life\'s most important financial decisions. However, in buying an investment property, it is wise to remember that you are making a business decision. You are not buying from the heart but from the head. You are buying the property because you expect it to appreciate in value. Common mistakes made in investing are that people look for the same things they would want in a home or buy in their local area so they can \'keep an eye on it\'.
Posted: 12 Aug 2017
As a new expatriate in Bangkok, which area would most suit your needs if you are looking for a place to live.
Posted: 12 Aug 2017
Insurance needs when buying and selling Real Estate in Thailand
In the process of buying and selling real estate? You should consider insurance as one of your priorities.
Posted: 10 Apr 2013
Ignoring for the moment the legal issues relating to a foreigner purchasing land, buying a house that is already completed is certainly much simpler than buying land and building a house yourself.
Posted: 13 Feb 2013
Selling your business will be one of the most important things you will do in your business life. The price you get for your business may determine your retirement income or the level of debt you are left with after the sale.
Posted: 14 Feb 2012
Legal assistance in the purchase of a condominium in Thailand is invaluable in insuring that the purchaser acquires good and clean title to the property, fulfills all of the legal requirements associated with condominium ownership and avoids the hassle and lost time incurred in dealing with all of the ancillary issues of condominium ownership.
To address these needs BSA Law offers condominium purchasers a comprehensive, flat-fee legal service package.
Posted: 18 Jan 2012
It is standard practice in Thailand for the seller to ask the buyer to share the cost of the taxes and fees imposed, and in some cases this can be a fairly large sum, depending on how long the seller has owned the property, and if they have actually lived in it.Following is a guideline on these costs, and who usually is responsible for paying them.