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    Thai law is straightforward when it comes to properties acquired during marriage. These properties are referred to as community property or Sin Somoros in Thai.

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    Purchasing property in Thailand can be a good investment for the foreigners. The cost of Thailand Property is less than that in the West.

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  • Thailand Condominium
    Jan 28, 2010 Thailand Condominium
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    Purchasing a condominium in Thailand is a simple and straightforward process.  The foreigner can own the unit in their own name.  The funds for the purchase of the Condo must be transferred from outside of Thailand in the foreign currency.  The bank in Thailand will convert the funds into Thai baht and issue a Foreign

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    Leasehold is an alternative to the rare freehold type of ownership in Thailand normally leased out for 30 years with the option to extend the lease for another 30 years as applicable.

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  • Thailand Property
    Jan 28, 2010 Thailand Property
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    The Thailand real estate market in is unregulated so it’s always best to consult the assistance of a property lawyer when purchasing property in Thailand.

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    Phuket, Pattaya, and Bangkok are the key cities in the Kingdom hence the favorite for property purchase among foreign property investors. Small, medium to high end property developments abound in these cities affording a wide array of property choices among foreign buyers. When purchasing a property in these cities or in Thailand as a whole,

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