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Guidelines in Buying a Condo Space in Bangkok

On January 20, 2017, Posted by , In Bangkok,Guest blog,Tips and Guides, With No Comments

Like in most countries, foreigners cannot purchase and own properties. However, there is a provision that allows expats to buy and own condo units at a limited capacity. Bangkok, Thailand is one of those countries that allow this buying scheme. In this countries limitation, a foreigner is allowed to own…

9 Office Bathroom Rules

On January 18, 2017, Posted by , In Guest blog,Tips and Guides, With No Comments

Since office work tends to last 8 to 9 hours, it is reasonable that some employees feel the need to behave as though they were in their own home from time to time. It is therefore paramount to educate them about the acceptable behavior within an office environment, and more…

Avoiding real estate scammers in Bangkok

On January 13, 2017, Posted by , In Guest blog,Tips and Guides, With No Comments

The challenge is knowing what kind of agent to look for Finding a condo in Bangkok can be a pretty overwhelming task to take on yourself. In order to know more about what’s available and find the best condo possible, you need an agent. The challenge is, finding a good…

5 Fun Activities to Do in Bangkok

On November 4, 2016, Posted by , In Bangkok,Guest blog,Neighborhoods,Tips and Guides, With No Comments

It’s chaotic, dizzying, beautiful and busy in Bangkok, which is Thailand’s capital. You can find everything in this bustling city including serene temples and crowded open markets. This is a list of the best activities for you and your family when living in this incredible city.   Bike Tour A…

Life and Work in the Country of Thailand as an Expat

On September 14, 2016, Posted by , In Guest blog,Provinces,Tips and Guides, With No Comments

Life and Work in the Country of Thailand as an Expat Travel is often the prime motivation for people who want to start living the digital nomad lifestyle. One of the best places to visit as a digital nomad is Bangkok, Thailand. They want to work in Bangkok or work…

5 Ways Chiang Mai is a Great and Affordable City to Live In

On April 11, 2016, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

Whether you’re just looking to spend a few months in the country or you’re looking to spend your entire retirement in Thailand, Chiang Mai is a great option to consider. Thailand as a whole is very affordable, but Chiang Mai offers an even better value than other major cities in…

18 Essential Things to Check Before Signing a Lease in Thailand

On February 11, 2016, Posted by , In Bangkok,Guest blog,Tips and Guides, With No Comments

18 Essential Things to Check Before Signing a Lease in Thailand Buying real estate or a car aside, signing a long-term lease might be the biggest contractual commitment you make during your stay in Thailand. Understandably, that can make you quite nervous. In order to help you spot some of…

Affordable modern duplex condos in Bangkok

On December 18, 2015, Posted by , In Bangkok,Neighborhoods,Tips and Guides, By , With No Comments

We dream about living in a duplex condominium until finding out just how expensive these top of the class properties really are. For expats renting in Bangkok, these affordable, one-bedroom duplexes might be the closest you’ll get to checking ‘duplex condo’ off your wish list.  1. L-Loft Ratchada 19 Duplex condominiums…

Cool places with ice and snow in Bangkok

“The ice is always cooler on the other side” FindYourSpace presents easy-to-travel-to places with ice and snow for a climate-changing experience living in Bangkok! 1. Snow Town in Ekkamai Description: If Florence city met winter and served Japanese food, you would have the makings of Snow Town.  This little theme park…

Rental Viewing Tips in Bangkok

On December 14, 2015, Posted by , In Agencies,Bangkok,Guest blog,Real Estate News,Tips and Guides, With No Comments

Property hunting is an exciting process where you get to “ogle” at the best of what your budget has to offer! From the simple pleasures of having good friends over to commuting to work, it’s great imagining where your new place will take you in the next 6 to 12…