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Press Release  Demand for rental properties has been on the rise in Thailand since things began to ease up and businesses started to reopen in 2022. One of the main reasons is that many of the first-time buyers who were going to invest in properties have had to take a detour for their securities in these uncertain times. However, this provides a unique opportunity for those looking to either make a passive income and/or diversify their investments. 2022 may be an excellent time to buy an investment property. Here are five reasons why you may want to invest in real […]

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This seems to be an advertisement published as a news article?  Alrighty then, maybe the owner of the Thaiger news is using his platform to help out with his investment portfolio.  5555

4000 liters of water is less than 3 weeks of "backup" in case of a shortage.  Not really anything special about having a water tank in Thailand, not sure why it is listed as a bonus or whatever.  16.9 million baht for the villa and yes, we include a 20K baht water tank!  (without tank only 16.88 million baht 5555)

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37 minutes ago, ExpatPattaya said:

This seems to be an advertisement published as a news article?  Alrighty then, maybe the owner of the Thaiger news is using his platform to help out with his investment portfolio.  5555

4000 liters of water is less than 3 weeks of "backup" in case of a shortage.  Not really anything special about having a water tank in Thailand, not sure why it is listed as a bonus or whatever.  16.9 million baht for the villa and yes, we include a 20K baht water tank!  (without tank only 16.88 million baht 5555)

Always found 700 liters sufficient …. barring an apocalypse 😂😎

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Buying a house to live in is not the same as buying a house as investment. If you live in it yourself it doesnt really matter if the price goes up or down in the next 5 or 10 years. If you sell it and buy something else the price of your new house would have gone up or down with more or less the same percentage as the on you sold.

But if you buy as investment it sure matters a lot when you buy, and when you sell. I'm no fortune teller but I do see the world economy cooling down, inflation going up, interest rates going up. And dont mention the war... To me it sounds like a recipe for prices going down in thenext few years.

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