The land owners in Thailand start feeling the pressure concerning the new land and property tax law that is expected to come into force from 1st January 2019. The new tax draft calls for a rate of 0.05% to be applied to first homes and agricultural land worth between 50 million and 100 million baht…. Read more »
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Why does so many people relocate to Krabi? Why do we see so many new property sales in Krabi these days? My best bet is, the great infrastructure combined with the most amazing nature Thailand has to offer! Well then, what has the infrastructure to do with that? Read on here!
Thailand Property Tax 2017 The new Thailand Property Tax law seeks to levy taxes on nationwide property and land according to their use. Under the new law, which will be enforced by local governments nationwide, a first home valued below at THB 50 million will be exempted from tax, while a maximum 0.5% rate will… Read more »
A prosperous new year for Koh Phangan Set within the tropics, at a close proximity to the equator, Koh Phangan is a beautifully exotic island located in the Gulf of Thailand. Encircled by pristine bays with crystal-clear waters, visitors can escape onto paradisiacal shores the moment they step off the boat. View video in the… Read more »
I guess most of the readers of this blog know that Thailand is indeed an amazing country, right? For those of you who are still more or less unaware of the facts, please have a look at these stunning photos of some of the living spaces Thailand offers you.
Phuket accounts for 30% of all land encroachment in Thailand! Seems the Thailand and especially the Phuket developers say: “Hey, we need some more resorts and some more new villas, but the land is too expensive so let’s kick out the elephants and encroach the national parks!” More than 12,000 rai of public land and… Read more »
Thai land ownership laws will need to be liberalised. The ASEAN Community has established concrete targets to form a single market and production base by 2015 and hence it is vital to liberalize the land ownership laws in Thailand to fit with the other ASEAN member countries. If by 2015 Thailand still deny foreigners the… Read more »
By John Le Fevre, written exclusively for TEN Thai Estate Network One of the great annoyances for foreigners who settle in Thailand are the restrictions placed on property ownership and the various hoops they need to jump through if they want to own anything more than a condominium. While similar conditions exist throughout Southeast Asia,… Read more »