Somethings aren’t always as they appear on the surface, especially with regards to raw land. How would you like to find out that you bought land on top of a garbage dump?
The land office survey equipment seems to be up to stuff, but it always pays to double check the measurements yourself.
This is the most unbelievable thing I’ve encountered here. The ‘good as gold’ title deeds overstate the amount of land.
A chanote land title (title deed) is often regarded as the the most secure form of title for land here. But what if the land size stated in the chanote isn’t accurate? Is the stated land size guaranteed by the land office?
Dozer comments on real estate agents.
Finding a piece (of land). An unusual introduction to this land. It has some nice ‘hidden’ features which I’ll get into after the deal is done.
When you’re selling something shouldn’t you start with the price high and negotiate down? Often times here the price starts low and then goes up.
What is the future for land prices in the Pattaya area? What determines selling price. Is a farang your best choice for a real estate agent? and more….
How safe is a Thai Company for land ownership? Isn’t it just a sham that can be challenged by the authorities?
A typical example of buying land in Pattaya. Dealing with the land office. Things move oh so slowly here….
Feedback Q and A about land cost.