For a Foreigner to obtain ownership over a Property in Thailand. is by either Buying under a Thai Registered Company, Leasing or Having you Property under a Thai persons Name.
By Thai Law, a Foreigner may not own Properties in Thailand directly under their Name. One way to own a Property is to register a Thai Company, for so to buy under your Thai registered Company.
Another Option is to Obtain a Leasehold Agreement, with the maximum Lease term of 30 years.
You may also Buy your Property under a Thai persons name, such as your Spouse, Partner or trusted Friend. With this Option, we recommend having a Proper Prenuptial Agreement, or Contracts concerning the Property for your Benefit as the one financing for the Property.
Our Legal Consultants can help you with any legal matters and questions around this topic. And make sure that all the Contracts and Details are Correct and Beneficial to you.
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