At a smidge over 40 square kilometres, the actual municipality of Chiang Mai is pretty small by most standards. Yet the housing market here has long been anything but. So it was inevitable that, in time, land plots inside the…Read more
If you are looking for a new home in Chiang Mai, either through buying a property or renting a home, this is the ideal place to start. You can compare the pros and cons of each method of obtaining a new home, with information covering different property types, such as houses, apartments, and condos.
There is very useful information for anyone considering buying a condo – know what the law says about foreign ownership, how this is different for condominiums, and see the few buildings in Chiang Mai that have already filled their maximum quota of 49% foreign ownership.
You can read about new developments in the property sector and you’ll also find useful information relating to fees, utility bills, and similar. Whether you’re looking to buy or rent a place in Chiang Mai for personal use, as a holiday home, or as a buy-to-let venture, this information should explain matters more clearly, give you a better idea of what to expect, and help to make any decisions you make that little bit easier.
There are few greater emotional and financial investments we make in life than choosing a new home. Yet it’s hardly a secret that real estate agents the world over are saddled with a poor public image…though, comfortingly for us, not…Read more
The Ten Commandments for Tenants (or the Gospel according to Perfect Homes Property Management Services) THOU SHALT COVET THE SMALL PRINT Okay, we know a rental contract doesn’t make for the most spiritually uplifting reading but it…Read more
Be it whichever of a scaly, a feathered or a furry friend, sharing your life with a companion animal has been scientifically proven time and again to provide considerable therapeutic benefits to one’s emotional health, spiritual well-being and physical fitness.…Read more
The Thailand Elite Visa One of the lasting immigration policies of the Thaksin Shinawatra administration is the “Privilege Entry Visa”, also called the “Elite Visa”. The Elite Visa is a multiple-entry visa, valid for five-years, which can be renewed easily…Read more
Many of our clients wish to follow their dream and buy a beautiful house in Chiang Mai or any where in Thailand for that matter, for retirement or to live-in full or part time whilst they continue to work overseas.…Read more
Recently, the Thai government announced that that the Immigration Department will begin offering a ten-year retirement visa to foreigners over the age of 50 who meet other specific criteria. Almost immediately, the foreign retirement community in Thailand was up in…Read more
The words forming the title of this blog, according to many people, are the three most important words in real estate. Yes, certainly true when it comes to commercial property such as retail shops, restaurants etc and residential properties in…Read more
These articles usually focuses on specific individual units and what they have to offer. However, this month, we are going to break the mould slightly and look at a range of different condominium buildings that are popular choices for expats…Read more
Are You Living In or Renting a Private Property in Thailand to Foreigners? Or simply have a someone staying in your property that is not a Thai national? If so, you need to be aware of a law that has…Read more