Newly finished Modern Style Twin Home For Sale near Central Festival Chiang Mai only 5 mins drive.

CMB04225 -ขาย ขายบ้านแฝดสร้างใหม่สไตล์โมเดิร์นใกล้ห้างเซ็นทรัลเฟสติวัลเชียงใหม่ เพียง 5 นาทีเท่านั้น   โครงการบ้านถูกออกแบบมาให้สามารถพักอาศัยได้อย่างสงบและสะดวกสบายใกล้เมือง ใช้วัสดุในการก่อสร้างและการตกแต่งอย่างดี มีรูปแบบที่ทันสมัย ออกแบบสัดส่วนการใช้พื้นที่ต่างๆ ในตัวบ้านได้อย่างลงตัว เดินทางไปยังสถานที่สำคัญต่างๆ โดยรอบได้สะดวกและรวดเร็ว   ขนาดที่ดินมาตรฐาน 43 ตารางวา พื้นที่ใช้สอย 200 ตารางเมตร ประกอบไปด้วย 3 ห้องนอน 3 ห้องน้ำ 1 ห้องเก็บของ 1 ห้องครัว 1 ห้องทานข้าว และ 1 ห้องโถงขนาดใหญ่เพดานสูง 2 ขั้น *** ราคาเริ่มต้นที่ 5,900,000 บาท ***   สถานที่ใกล้เคียง เพียง 2 นาที จาก มหาวิทยาลัยพายัพ เพียง 8 นาที จาก ห้าง บิกซี เอ๊กตร้า โฮมโปร อินเด็กซ์ ลิฟวิ่งมอล ธนาคารต่างๆ เพียง 8 นาที จาก โรงพยาบาลกรุงเทพ เพียง 5 นาที จาก ห้างเซ็นทรัลเฟสติวัล ห้างสรรพสินค้าที่ใหญ่ที่สุดในจังหวัดเชียงใหม่ เพียง 11 นาที จาก โรงเรียนนานาชาติ ABS เพียง 12 นาที จาก โรงเรียนนานาชาติ วารี เชียงใหม่ เพียง 15 นาที จาก สนามบิน เชียงใหม่   - For sale Newly finished Modern Style Twin Home For Sale near Central Festival Chiang Mai only 5 mins drive. Using area: 200 sq.m. 3 bedrooms 3 bathrooms 1 storeroom 1 kitchen 1 dining room 1 Hall (Double Volume)   Standard land 43 sq.wah. More than 43 sq.wah charge 50,000 baht/sq.wah *** Price start at 5,900,000 baht ***   Foreigner can by with Thai company or Lease hold option - Booking 50,000 baht - Contract 30% - Final 70% - CCTV - Security guard 24 hrs. - Common area management 35 baht/sq.wah - Common area management cost will be charged in advance for 3 years   --------------------------------------- Project Concept: The residential community is designed for in town living with a peace location, easy to travel around and close to Chiang Mai's landmarks. Beyond the unique home-building design crosses us from other projects you have seen.   Project's Detail: This project size is 10.5 Rai, contained with 2 floors twin house for the total of 30 units, and a town home building which is 3 floors and 6 feet wide for 35 more units.   Near By Place: Payap university: 2 minutes Big C Extra: 8 minutes Bangkok Hospital (Chiang Mai) : 8 minutes Central Festival Chiang Mai : 5 minutes Ambassador Bilingual School (ABS) : 11 minutes Varee International School: 12 minutes Chiang Mai Airport: 15 minutes   ติดต่อสอบถามเพิ่มเติม / Please contact: CM Biz Real Estate Group Co., LTD Leading Luxury Property Agent in Chiang Mai, Thailand โทร. 063-789-9294, 094-287-9959, 093-563-5626 Line id: cmbizrealestate We Chat: cmbizrealestate29 ️www.facebook.com/cmbizrealestate29 ️www.facebook.com/condoandhouseforrentcm ️www.cmbizrealestate.com cmbizrealestate@gmail.com  


Newly finished Modern Style Town Home For Sale near Central Festival Chiang Mai only 5 mins drive.

CMB04224 -ขาย ขายทาวน์โฮมสร้างใหม่สไตล์โมเดิร์นใกล้ห้างเซ็นทรัลเฟสติวัลเชียงใหม่ ขับรถเพียง 5 นาทีเท่านั้น   ขนาดที่ดินมาตรฐาน 27 ตารางวา พื้นที่ใช้สอย 185 ตารางเมตร ประกอบไปด้วย 3 ห้องนอน 3 ห้องน้ำ 1 ห้องโถงขนาดใหญ่เพดานสูง 2 ขั้น 1 ห้องนั่งเล่น 1 ห้องทำงาน 1 ห้องครัว 1 ห้องทานข้าว 1 ห้องซักรีด *** ราคาเริ่มต้นที่ 4,900,000 บาท ***   โครงการที่อยู่อาศัยที่ถูกออกแบบมาให้สามารถพักอาศัยได้อย่างสงบและสะดวกสบายใกล้เมือง ใช้วัสดุในการก่อสร้างและการตกแต่งอย่างดี มีรูปแบบที่ทันสมัย ออกแบบสัดส่วนการใช้พื้นที่ต่างๆ ในตัวบ้านได้อย่างลงตัว เดินทางไปยังสถานที่สำคัญต่างๆ โดยรอบได้สะดวกและรวดเร็ว   สถานที่ใกล้เคียง เพียง 2 นาที จาก มหาวิทยาลัยพายัพ เพียง 8 นาที จาก ห้าง บิกซี เอ๊กตร้า โฮมโปร อินเด็กซ์ ลิฟวิ่งมอล ธนาคารต่างๆ เพียง 8 นาที จาก โรงพยาบาลกรุงเทพ เพียง 5 นาที จาก ห้างเซ็นทรัลเฟสติวัล ห้างสรรพสินค้าที่ใหญ่ที่สุดในจังหวัดเชียงใหม่ เพียง 11 นาที จาก โรงเรียนนานาชาติ ABS เพียง 12 นาที จาก โรงเรียนนานาชาติ วารี เชียงใหม่ เพียง 15 นาที จาก สนามบิน เชียงใหม่   - For sale Newly finished Modern Style Town Home For Sale near Central Festival Chiang Mai only 5 mins drive. Using area: 185 sq.m. 3 bedrooms 3 bathrooms 1 Hall (Double Volume) 1 dining room 1 living room 1 work room 1 laundry room 1 kitchen   Standard land 27 sq.wah. More than 27 sq.wah charge 50,000 baht/sq.wah *** Price start at 4,900,000 baht ***   Foreigner can by with Thai company or Lease hold option - Booking 50,000 baht - Contract 30% - Final 70% - CCTV - Security guard 24 hrs. - Common area management 35 baht/sq.wah - Common area management cost will be charged in advance for 3 years   ------------------------------------------- Project Concept: The residential community is designed for in town living with a peace location, easy to travel around and close to Chiang Mai's landmarks. Beyond the unique home-building design crosses us from other projects you have seen.   Project's Detail: This project size is 10.5 Rai, contained with 2 floors twin house for the total of 30 units, and a town home building which is 3 floors and 6 feet wide for 35 more units.   Near By Place: Payap university: 2 minutes Big C Extra: 8 minutes Bangkok Hospital (Chiang Mai) : 8 minutes Central Festival Chiang Mai : 5 minutes Ambassador Bilingual School (ABS) : 11 minutes Varee International School: 12 minutes Chiang Mai Airport: 15 minutes   ติดต่อสอบถามเพิ่มเติม / Please contact: CM Biz Real Estate Group Co., LTD Leading Luxury Property Agent in Chiang Mai, Thailand โทร. 063-789-9294, 094-287-9959, 093-563-5626 Line id: cmbizrealestate We Chat: cmbizrealestate29 ️www.facebook.com/cmbizrealestate29 ️www.facebook.com/condoandhouseforrentcm ️www.cmbizrealestate.com cmbizrealestate@gmail.com


สรุปกฏหมายภาษีที่ดินและสิ่งปลูกสร้าง พ.ศ. 2562

สรุปกฏหมายภาษีที่ดินและสิ่งปลูกสร้าง พ.ศ. 2562


Yellow Tabien Baan the house registration book for foreigners living in Thailand

So what exactly is a yellow house book? Quite simply, it’s a type of government-issued document called a Tabien Baan (literally ‘House Registration’ in Thai) which lists all foreign individuals holding a ‘Temporary Stay’ or a ‘Long Stay’ visa/visa exemption who live at the condo or house address specified in the house registration book. What a yellow Tabien Baan is not, contrary to popular belief, is proof of ownership of the property; as it happens, the yellow house book won’t even record the foreign owner’s details unless they’re occupying the property as their main residence in Thailand. Instantly recognisable, the Tabien Baanfor non-resident foreigners is a little booklet with a bright yellow cover and emblazoned on the front with Thailand’s emblematic Garuda and, in the upper right-hand corner, the initials ’ท.ร.13’ (short for ‘Thor Ror 13’ which is the Thai designation for the yellow house book).   From where can I get a yellow house book? When buying a house and, less so, a condo unit in Chiang Mai, it’s customary for the new owner to be given the Tabien Baan for the property during the transfer process at the Land Office. As a rule, though, it’ll be a blue house book (or ‘Thor Ror 14’) in which only the names of Thai folk and those foreigners who have permanent residency in Thailand can be entered. Still, it’s perfectly possible for a non-resident foreign owner living in their own condo or house to swap the property’s blue Tabien Baanfor a yellow house book into which their name can be added. To apply for a yellow house book, pop into the or, more commonly, the amphoe office which is responsible for administering civil registrations for the municipality or district in which the condo or house is located.   How do I get a yellow house book? Being Thailand, it probably won’t come as too much of a shock to learn that application requirements for a yellow house book differ wildly from one thesaban or amphoe office to another! So your first task is to check with the local registration authority precisely what paperwork you need to gather; but at the very least, the applicant will have to submit the original as well as photocopies (signed) of the following documents: current passport (containing a valid Thai entry permit) work permit (if any) marriage certificate together with your Thai spouse’s national ID card and own blue house book (if any) lease agreement along with your landlord’s ID and own blue Tabien Baan (if renting the property) existing blue house book (if exchanging) Besides which, it isn’t out of the ordinary for a district or local registration office to request a notarised copy of the personal information page of the applicant’s passport translated into Thai in addition to a number of passport style photographs. And, more than likely, you’ll need to be accompanied by one or two Thai witnesses (each with their own blue house book and national ID card) who’ll be asked to attest to your identity and residential status then undergo an informal interview. For some foreigners, the whole thing is nothing short of a breeze but alas for others, a slow and agonising death by red tape! Even having been provided by Thailand’s Interior Ministry with a Department of Provincial Administration (DOPA) instruction manual that explains the ins and outs of issuing a Tabien Baan, officials at some district and local registration offices are unwilling or, worse, flatly refuse to hand out a yellow house book. We can assure you, though, that not only are non-resident foreign nationals legally permitted to have a yellow house book but that every thesaban and amphoe office in the country is actually obliged by law to register all foreigners residing in their catchment area!   Is there a fee to get a yellow house book? Though it’s not altogether unheard of for foreigners to be prevailed upon to ‘grease the wheels’ a bit before being allowed a yellow house book, technically, thesaban and amphoeregistration offices throughout Thailand shouldn’t charge a single baht to churn out or update a Tabien Baan! If you’ve gone and lost or damaged your yellow house book, mind, expect to fork out a nominal sum for a replacement.   How long does it take to get a yellow house book? Generally, foreigners are able to collect their brand spanking new yellow Tabien Baanwithin an hour or two of lodging the necessary papers. Even so, mileage varies and it’ll take rather more time (occasionally several weeks or even a few months) to sort out if, among other things, the registration office dealing with the application isn’t well acquainted with the process!   What information appears in a yellow house book? With the book presented entirely in Thai, the opening page bears the full address of the property as well as the residence type (either a condominium or a house). The second page features the full name, nationality, unique 13 digit citizen ID number and date of birth of the ‘Householder’ (who may or may not be the owner of the property) while each of the remaining pages shows the particulars of every other non-resident foreign occupant (‘Dependent’) who lives at the same address.   Are there any benefits to having a yellow house book? Unlike the blue house book for Thai nationals, holding a yellow Tabien Baan doesn’t bestow any additional rights (such as that to vote) for foreigners. It is, though, widely accepted nationwide whenever your address in Thailand needs to be verified; for example, when registering a Thai pre-paid SIM card, arranging a home broadband service, obtaining a Thai driver’s licence, enrolling as a patient at a hospital or clinic, purchasing a vehicle, transferring ownership of real estate, checking into a hotel or for an internal flight, opening a Thai bank account, or setting up a mains electricity or water supply. Plus, it offers the holder the opportunity to secure the Thai price at venues (like National Parks) which inflict two-tier admission rates, makes them eligible to receive a Pink ID Card for foreigners not to mention affording a sense of being more a part of Thai society. And, any foreigner contemplating putting in for Thai citizenship must have their own yellow house book…or remain forever an ‘alien’ in the Kingdom! Care to share your own experiences getting a yellow Tabien Baan in Chiang Mai? Do you think the Thai house book for foreigners warrants having or is of no real value at all? We’d be only too pleased to hear what you have to say so feel free to post a comment below!


The Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate Agent

BY ELIZABETH WEINTRAUB Updated May 04, 2018 Refference/Credit to: https://www.thebalance.com/top-reasons-to-hire-a-real-estate-agent-1798906  With so much information readily available online, clients sometimes ask me, "Why should we hire a real estate agent?" They wonder, and rightfully so if they couldn't buy or sell a home through the Internet or regular marketing and advertising channels without representation, without a real estate agent. Some do OK; many don't. So if you've wondered the same thing, here are 10 reasons why you might want to consider hiring a professional real estate agent. 01  Education & Experience ••• You don't need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person. For the most part, they all cost roughly the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? We're all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time. 02  Agents Are Buffers Agents take the spam out of your property showings and visits. If you're a buyer of new homes, your agent will whip out her sword and keep the builder's agents at bay, preventing them from biting or nipping at your heels. If you're a seller, your agent will filter all those phone calls that lead to nowhere from lookie loos and try to induce serious buyers to write an offer immediately. 03  Neighborhood Knowledge Agents either possess intimate knowledge or they know where to find the industry buzz about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but an agent will know it had upgrades and sold at $285,000 after 65 days on the market and after twice falling out of escrow. 04 Price Guidance Contrary to what some people believe, agents do not select prices for sellers or buyers. However, an agent will help to guide clients to make the right choices for themselves. If a listing is at 7%, for example, an agent has a 7% vested interest in the sale, but the client has a 93% interest. Selling agents will ask buyers to weigh all the data supplied to them and to choose a price. Then based on market supply, demand and the conditions, the agent will devise a negotiation strategy. 05 Market Conditions Information Real estate agents can disclose market conditions, which will govern your selling or buying process. Many factors determine how you will proceed. Data such as the average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria, will have a huge bearing on what you ultimately decide to do. 06 Professional Networking Real estate agents network with other professionals, many of whom provide services that you will need to buy or sell. Due to legal liability, many agents will hesitate to recommend a certain individual or company over another, but they do know which vendors have a reputation for efficiency, competency, and competitive pricing. Agents can, however, give you a list of references with whom they have worked and provide background information to help you make a wise selection. 07 Negotiation Skills & Confidentiality Top producing agents negotiate well because, unlike most buyers and sellers, they can remove themselves from the emotional aspects of the transaction and because they are skilled. It's part of their job description. Good agents are not messengers, delivering buyer's offers to sellers and vice versa. They are professionals who are trained to present their client's case in the best light and agree to hold client information confidential from competing interests. 08 Handling Volumes of Paperwork One-page deposit receipts were prevalent in the early 1970s. Today's purchase agreements run ten pages or more. That does not include the federal- and state-mandated disclosures nor disclosures dictated by local custom. Most real estate files average thicknesses from one to three inches of paper. One tiny mistake or omission could land you in court or cost you thousands. In some states, lawyers handle the disclosures, thank goodness! 09 Answer Questions After Closing Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt. For example, taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, doc stamps or transfer tax can fall months behind and mix up invoices, but one call to your agent can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good agents stand by ready to assist. Worthy and honest agents don't leave you in the dust to fend for yourself. 10 Develop Relationships for Future Business The basis for an agent's success and continued career in real estate is referrals. Few agents would survive if their livelihood was dependent on consistently drumming up new business. This emphasis gives agents strong incentives to make certain clients are happy and satisfied. It also means that an agent who stays in the business will be there for you when you need to hire an agent again. Many will periodically mail market updates to you to keep you informed and to stay in touch.