It is nice to read that Thailand has been included in the World’s Best Places To Retire In 2015; a ranking list compiled by the International Living magazine, due to its culture and low healthcare cost.Read more
Five Star Villas & Condos now make it easier for you to sell your property!Read more
In England we are known as “Estate Agents”.
In Thailand and USA (and some other countries) the English term “Estate Agent” is often replaced by “Real Estate Broker”.
But what is a Realtor®?
Chinese tourism: 'Finally, we are seeing the world'
Chinese tourists now outspend holidaymakers from all other countries.
It was announced in Bangkok on 24 May 2012 that in excess of than Bt1 billion will be invested in the first ever Cartoon Network AMAZONE project sited at Bang Saray, Pattaya and due to open in 2013.Read more
Real Estate Seminar - 8 August 2012 – Eastern Grand Palace Hotel, Soi Khoa Talo, Pattaya
REBA-ES and the Agency for Real Estate Affairs proudly present a Seminar on the recently surveyed Pattaya property market.
I don’t regard myself as a typical real estate broker working in Pattaya, Thailand.
I don’t know what I really mean by “typical”.
All I know is that I try to maximize every day and give the best possible service.
ASK members of Bangkok’s sizeable expatriate community whether they would swap the Thai capital for a new life in Zurich, Helsinki or Vienna and the vast majority would almost certainly respond with a resounding ‘no.’Read more
Pattaya has an ability to offer a host of international sports and leisure activities, combined with all the conveniences of a modern and cosmopolitan city is attracting investors sold on the tropical lifestyle of this great destination.Read more
A visa is fundamentally a document affixed into the passport issued to a foreigner by the Thai government allowing a foreigner to travel to the Kingdom and a granted permission to stay for a certain period of time. Visas can only be obtained outside...Read more
There are many worthy causes in Pattaya, and the Mercy Center located in Soi Nong Yai, Soi 8 is a prime example.Read more
Most foreigners working in Thailand are well aware that they need a visa and work permit to stay and work in the country. Yet, they find the law and regulations rather complicated and difficult to comprehend...Read more
It feels like a case of déjà vu. Here I am in 2008 writing an article again about new property tax cuts. It wasn’t that long ago when the same tax cuts were in place to support the recovery of the real estate sector following the 1997 economic crisis.Read more
How tolerant Thailand became the guy tourism capital of Asia
“Travel broadens the mind.” This truism applies not only to the tourist, but also the host country.Read more
Asian property market
s weathered last year's global financial storm triggered by the sub-prime fiasco in the US and are expected to perform well this year, says Jones Lang LaSalle.Read more
Being English I am always amazed to see how the Thai people react to celebrating under the hot sun, fuelled with alcohol and throwing gallons of iced water at each other…they laugh, joke and Wai each other with respect…Read more
Rental, operations and financial leasing, factoring will be allowed to have majority foreign ownership.
Four additional restricted businesses - rental, operations leasing, financial leasing and factoring - will be made more open to foreign ownership this week.Read more
Koh Larn is a wonderful little island in the Gulf of Thailand, located about 7km off the coast of Pattaya Beach of which is about two hours drive south of Bangkok.Read more
New Act puts tighter controls on escrow transactions.
The Escrow Act of 2008 came into effect on May 21, establishing laws governing the escrow business in Thailand.
Finance and Deputy Prime Minister Surapong Suebwonglee on Thursday voiced confidence that business in the property sector would grow markedly in the second half of this year after measures issued to stimulate the sector take effect.Read more
There is always something going on somewhere in Pattaya that is how dynamic this part of the Eastern Seaboard is.Read more
Rice is central to Thai life and Thai society. It is the staple food of the country, forming part of every meal, and its production the chaw naa or rice farmers. The economy benefits greatly from the lucrative export of the rice surplus.Read more
Ko Chang (Thai: เกาะช้าง), also Koh Chang is the second largest island of Thailand, located on the Thai east coast 310 km away from Bangkok near the border to Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. The name means Elephant Island.Read more
Siam Country Club Plantation (2008)
18 holes at the 27-hole Plantation Course at Siam Country Club are now open for play. The Plantation Course features significant elevation changes that result in several breathtaking views of the beaches of Pattaya and the Gulf of Thailand approximately seven miles away.Read more
Why seven shareholders? is a question businessmen have pestered corporate lawyers with for years, but it is about to become a thing of the past.Read more
Pattaya projects move inland
Rising prices of beachfront locations prompt developers to avoid ocean views.Read more
Increase in foreign quota for condos possible.
ACCORDING to finance minister Surapong Sue-wonglee...Read more
There are a few places in the world where life rarely comes to a complete standstill. And just a couple of hours away from busy Bangkok is an outpost that seems locked in delightful isolation, yet very accessible any day during the week.Read more
Ko Samet (Thai: เกาะเสม็ด), is an island located in the Gulf of Thailand off the coastline of the Thai province of Rayong, approximately 220 km southeast of Bangkok and a 1 hour drive from Pattaya.Read more
Whether you are just visiting Thailand or actually live here, you must have seen this mysterious creature, most notably on Thai bank and insurance company buildings. The unmistakable figure adorns the facades of government ministries and all other official edifices.Read more
The rights of condominium buyers will be protected under an amended Condominium Act that will take effect on July 4 (2008), according to the Lands Department.
The rights of condominium buyers will be protected under an amended Condominium Act that will take effect on July 4, according to the Lands Department.Read more