What are the property laws in Thailand and how does this affect you when buying a condo in the country.
What are your property rights in Thailand as a foreigner. See what the laws in the country say about your rights.
What are the title deed in Thailand and how do they work. Is a Chanote the best title deed you can have as a foriegner.
A few things you must consider
When you buy property in Thailand there are a number of issue which needs to be looked at. These are not limited to the type of property but also to your property rights.
There are many title deeds in Thailand but we only talk about the Chanote. The Chanote is the oinly property title deed that you should look at buying. The other property titles are limited in terms of usage and availability.
You will need to look at the property law in Thailand. There are a number of things to consider. Always take proper legal advice when you are looking at buying a condo. Search this website ofr more information.
Thai law can become complex with reagrds to property. You need to consider things such as a usufruct or superficies where you own the house but not the land. You Thai wife can own the land while you own the building.
What are your rights as a property owner in Thailand. See what you need to know about condo management as well as common property and why foriegners many not own more than 49% of the units in the building.
Always check to ensure that you like the location before you buy the unit.
Always check for usufructs and other issues before buying a condominium.
Consider the of the materials first. See more details inside
Always compare you price to other units in the building and area.
See the latest property guidance when it comes to Thailand.