Archive for the ‘Land titles’ Category

Buying a Condominium: Foreign Freehold Ownership

June 9th, 2010

The easiest and most secure way for a foreign investor to purchase real estate property in Thailand is to purchase a condominium unit freehold because the legal requirements are as we will see below minimal.
Personal Requirements
In order to be eligible to purchase a condominium freehold foreign investors need only to [...]

Buying a Condominium: The 49% foreign ownership quota issue

June 9th, 2010

One of the legal headaches limiting access of foreign buyers to the Thai real estate market is that Thai laws currently limit foreign buyer freehold purchases of condominium units to percent of the total area (reserved for private ownership) of a condominium building at any one time.

While this limitation is rarely [...]

Due Diligence

May 17th, 2010

When buying property in Thailand we highly recommend you use a reputable lawyer, do not under any circumstances try to go it alone as there are so many pitfalls, especially with the spoken and written Thai language interpretations. Foreigners may not own land in Thailand so legal mechanisms are used to overcome this situation and [...]

Thailand Land Titles

May 15th, 2010


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Thai law stipulates that a foreigner may not own land in his name – he has the right of ownership of buildings only. If a foreigner wishes to purchase land to build a property he has 2 options:
The land is purchased on a 30-year leasehold, with an option [...]