Owning a property raises a lot of questions. Is it legal to own property in Thailand? In this video we explain you how you can legally own property in Thailand and we also interviewed Mister Boon Yongsakul about this matter.
If you buy a condominium you can do it 100% Freehold legally. If you want to own a villa 100% Freehold, you will need to setup a company. The process of opening a company is not the fastest one, but if you have some patience you can have a company that owns your villa.
The majority of buyers at the moment are choosing Leasehold. Leasehold means that you lease a property for 30 years and you can renew it for another 30 years + 30 years. In total you can own a leasehold property for 90 years.
New investor in Thailand?
If you are a new investor in Thailand and you want to own property in Phuket, you can always ask us to help you out. We know exactly what needs to be done and we will help you throughout the process. Easy Living Phuket works together with professionals that know how you can legally start up your business.