Property in Pattaya: buyers guide

property in Pattaya

Under Thai law foreigners are not allowed to own land in the kingdom. Those who are able to buy land (usually spouses of Thais) prefer to buy houses or build, as this presents the best value for property in Pattaya. However, foreigners are allowed to own a condominium provided the total number of units in the building owned by foreigners does not exceed 49 per cent. Continue reading “Property in Pattaya: buyers guide” »

Guide on Real Estate Investments in the French Riviera

French Riviera Property

The French Riviera is one of those places that never ceases to amaze and attract real estate investors. Its 300 days of sunshine, the endless beaches, the crystal clear waters, the cosmopolitan culture, the local cuisine, all that makes it one of the most lovable coastlines in the world. Both French and International investors are always looking for real estate investment opportunities in the French Riviera. Continue reading “Guide on Real Estate Investments in the French Riviera” »

Property investments in the French Riviera: which cities to choose

The French Riviera is one of the most glamorous destinations on the planet. Also known as the Cote d’ Azur (the Blue Coast), it is the southeast coastline of France ranging from the Italian borders to the famous village of St Tropez. Besides the beaches and world-class resorts, the Riviera offers amazing landscapes and perhaps the finest dining experience in the world. Continue reading “Property investments in the French Riviera: which cities to choose” »

Buying property in Bali

bali property

The Indonesian island of Bali rests between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country’s 33 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island. Bali was inhabited by Austronesian peoples by about 2,000 BC who had migrated originally from Taiwan through Maritime Southeast Asia. Culturally and linguistically, the Balinese are thus closely related to the peoples of the Indonesian archipelago, the Philippines, and Oceania. Balinese culture has also been strongly influenced by Indian and Chinese, and particularly Hindu culture, the majority religion on the island. Read the latest analysis of the Bali property market Continue reading “Buying property in Bali” »