Staging before selling your apartment is an excellent way to make it as market-friendly as possible!
When professional stagers first look at an apartment, one of the first things they notice is what needs to be removed. They know that the bigger a room looks, the more attractive it will be to buyers. Great staging means taking away, as much as it means adding to or changing a room.
Buying a condominium is a relatively straightforward process in Thailand. But the market has many variables when it comes to each property, making it more challenging to establish the condominium fair market value. That being said, some buyers may wonder if they’re getting a fair deal their unit. If you’re shopping for Phuket condominums, here are some tips to ensure that the price you pay is fair.
Comparing comdominiums is a little easier than comparing other types of real estate. If you focus on “registered” condominiums, your agent will show you similar properties in the area based of your choice. When you compare these types of condominiums, you will see a premium for units that have sea views or are walking distance to the beach. This will give you an idea of what’s on the market and at what price.
While many pest control tasks are easy and inexpensive to do yourself, some will require the job of a pro. Most apartments in Phuket have their fair share of unwanted critters. Not only can pests leave behind toxic messes and contribute to allergies, they can potentially damage the structure of your apartment. This article will give you a guide.
Thailand is full of culture, wonder and beauty around every corner. When you’re considering a move to a new country, Thailand is often overlooked but it can be a place worth calling home and the country offers so much to the newcomer.
The Move is Easy
Making the move to Thailand can be easier than you think. With a few steps, you can not only have a beautiful place to live, but a visa that you can use to legally live here and bring all your belongings to your new home.
Finding a Home
Keep in mind that foreigners cannot purchase land in Thailand. However, there are many ways in which foreigners can structure their investment legally when buying a unit in a condominium registered building.
The purchase of a condo or apartment with a “freehold title” is available to foreigners and the Thai Condominium Act protects foreign investment.