The State of Thailand's Real Estate Market
The Thai government has also made it easier for foreigners to own property by implementing laws that allow them to buy condominium units or leasehold property. This means that non-Thai nationals can legally own apartments or condos as long as they do not exceed 49% of the total area of a building or complex. This has made buying real estate in Thailand much easier.
Why You Need to Understand the Buying Process
Understanding the Thai Real Estate Market
Overview of the types of properties available in Thailand (condos, houses, land)
– read this article for ways that foreigners can own property in Thailand through Thai Spoces or through a Thai limited company.
Popular areas for expats and locals to buy property
Legal Requirements for foreigners buying property in Thailand
Tips for Buying a House in Thailand
Working with a Reputable Real Estate Agent or Lawyer
Property transactions in Thailand for foreign ownership are complex and we welcome you to get in touch with us at Silk Estate to discuss the best options for you when it comes to buying a property in Bangkok or in Phuket.