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Common Property Problems

These would be the most common property problems in Thailand. These also occur on the island of Phuket and other tropical island in the Gulf of Thailand such as Samui and Koh Pha-Ngan. Always talk to a property lawyer in Phuket if you are looking to buy property as they will need to do a due diligence report on the property, developer as well as the land title deed.

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Retirement in Phuket

Phuket with is palm trees, white sands and fantastic scenery with clear blue water makes for one of the best retirement locations in Thailand. Its tropical vegetation and all year sunshine makes it an excellent place to spend your retirement at. Unlike other property locations in Thailand Phuket offers many visitors, expats and investors with some of the best property developments available in Thailand. Buying a villa in Phuket or investing in a condo is usually one of the best investment you could make.

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Considering buying property in Thailand also requires considering a due diligence in Thailand. Servitudes should be checked for when buying property in Thailand. This is registered against the title deed and normally brings down the value of the property, depending on the type of servitude. These servitudes usually affect 2-3 properties but in remote regions this could be even more.

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Superficies in Thailand

Superficies is one of the strategies used by expats in Thailand since owning land in Thailand is not possible with millions in investment and permission from the Minister of the Interior for owning 1 Rai of land. Superficies allows you to build on land which you do not own. Many times foreigners will place the land in the name of the wife or child and then build a house on it in their own name after registering a superficies over the property.

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Title Deeds in Thailand

There are a number of Thai title deeds in Thailand and they have limitation except for the Chanote title deed. Note however that there are limitations on certain Chanote’s being the ones which the government gave to landless Thai nationals. These Chanote title deeds are normally limited to 10 years being that the land cannot be sold for a period of 10 years since they received it from the company.

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