Price isn’t the only expense you should consider when it comes to renting a condo in Thailand. There are many other fees that can add up. Here are some common costs.
The common deposit in Thailand is a two-month deposit. This means that when you are about to move in, you’ll need to pay for three months: two months for security deposit and one month for the first month of your contract.
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