House Selling

Thailand: All you Need to Know About Foreign Land Ownership

At the time of writing this article, foreigners are not allowed to own land in Thailand, and while the US had a special treaty with Thailand that allowed its citizens to own land in certain situations, that treaty expired in 1970. This means that when a foreigner wishes to acquire real estate in Thailand, the 30-year lease is the best option, and in most cases, you have the option to lease for another 30 years, which gives you a total of 60 years. The 30x30 Year Land Lease This is by far the most popular method for a foreigner to build and live in a residential property, which involves leasing a plot of land for a period of 30 years, with an optional 30-year lease should the tenant require it. If, for example, you have married a Thai woman and you wish to build a house on her family’s la

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