We want to help you get to grips with the process of buying a property in Thailand. Whether it is for your own use or purely for investment, use our step-by-step guides to aid smooth transaction of your next property purchase.
Before venturing out to view prospective properties it pays to do your homework to understand the different ownership structures that are available to you.
Pros and Cons of buying a leasehold property
There is a lot to consider when buying Thai real estate. Perhaps no question is bigger than the decision of freehold or leasehold. Buying leasehold property is not always seen as a desirable option for those overseas. That said, there are times when buying Thailand leasehold property can make sense.
Buying off-plan property
Want to get ahead of the game? Then buy a property off-plan using our guide to make the most of this common method of purchasing a property.
Fees when purchasing property
There are various fees that are payable by either the buyer or seller when a property is sold, which we have broken down for your quick referral.
Land areas explained
Land in Thailand is measured in rai, ngan, wah and square metres – all explained in a conversion chart for you.
The role of a good agent
Viewing multiple properties in one go or even over a long period can become a blur. Follow our tips to make sure you don’t miss anything and to make the most effective use of your time.
An agent is your eyes and ears on the market to ensure that you invest in the right product suited to your needs, so it is important to take time to carefully choose an agent that you are confident will work well for you.