Buying Luxury Thai Property
Wondering how to buy property in Thailand?
When looking to buy property in Thailand, an option you might consider is to take out a 30-year lease on a residential or commercial property. With these type of leases you can renew them twice – otherwise known as the ‘30 +30 +30 leases’. As foreigners can not claim ownership over land directly, the 30-year lease is one of the favoured techniques of purchasing a property.
Bringing money into Thailand to buy property is looked upon positively as an investment into the Kingdom. Another popular option for foreign investors is to set up a restricted company in Thailand, of which a minimum of 51% of the business in owned by a Thai investor and with a minimum of 7 investors at all times.
The most popular locations for foreign investments are: Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Koh Samui and Phuket. The Thailand Property Outlook released by the National Economic and Social Advancement board is a great starting point to discover property trends and the worth of residential or commercial properties in different locations in Thailand.
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