Rental contracts in Thailand usually last a year.
This becomes a main challenge for those who just arrived in Thailand. They don’t want to commit to any place for a year without knowing the place and location well.
However, it’s possible to find a short-term lease. In addition to one-year contracts, some places offer one-, three-, and six-month contracts.
Let’s take a look at how to do it.
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