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Any foreigner can buy a condo in Thailand, every body agree that.
But if you want to live your retirement in a house with garden, it's also possible. If you are not married with thai people, you must rent the land for 30 years , renewed every 30 years, and built your own house that you are owner. The owner of the land cannot stop the contract. But your children, if they are not thai, cannot get it.
i have some land , 600m of the sea, 15 km to birma border that will open next year, in Prachuap, 300km South, between Bangkok and Samui or Phuket ..for people who like quiet places, in coconut garden, very cheap price .
As an initial enquiry could you give me some details of the land for sale. How is it registered, in a company or as a lease agreement or in a Thai partners name, when was it registered, when could I view it and what does the price work out to be per square metre.
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And please tell everyone about the heaps of paperwork you have to go through to be able to have your own house in Thailand on your piece of paradise.
Not that easy.
Anyone know where I can find Japanese style door curtain (Noren) in Bangkok?
Have you tried either of the places cited in response to your post at http://teakdoor.com/living-in-thailand-forum/145288-japanese-style-door-curtain-in-bangkok.html?
Have you done a web search for - buy noren curtains in Bangkok - yet?
The unit is a spacious (112 sq.m) 2 bedrooms apartment on the 11 fl of a luxury condominium located in the downtown Sukhumvit area (Soi 31).
Can someone give me some advice?
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Please email at email@example.com and I can sort out for you.
BUPA is an insurance provider, Just search the web for BUPA Thailand or BUPA Bangkok, and call them to see if they can cover you in your location. You can also try contacting your embassy
If the above gets no results try a web search for Expat health insurance [name of location[, (without the brackets).