Thailand is a kingdom situated in southeast Asia that has 70 million people and is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. The real estate market is a reflection of this with many foreigners, otherwise known as farang, buying or renting in large numbers in the islands in the south, in central Bangkok, and in the north in Chiang Mai and the province of Isaan.
Cultural differences in the real estate market are important but they can be overcome. In this guide I will explain what these differences are and how they can be overcome so that you can get the best deal, whether you are looking to buy, rent, sell, or become a landlord.
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