How to Start with Renting Apartments in Thailand

Is there anything more exciting when moving abroad than finding your first apartment and signing the lease? It’s the moment when your dreams become real, the vision you had of staying long-term confirmed by the start and end dates on your lease. 

But navigating the rental market in Thailand can be hard if you don’t know where to look, how to negotiate, or how to hire help. In this section you’ll learn the ins and outs of renting a condo or house in Bangkok.

For most professionals in Bangkok, rent is their biggest expense. The easiest way to find a decent place is to go to Hipflat, and check for places in your desired district.

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