Frank Satar - Real Estate Group

Frank Satar - Real Estate Group

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Software Devoloper, Hat Yai
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107 ม.10 ต.ท่าสาย อ.เมือง จ.เชียงราย, Chiang Rai
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บางบัวทอว, Nonthaburi
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4/7 หมู่ที่ 5 ถนนหนามแดง-บางพลี, Samut Prakan
Siraket Property รับฝากขายบ้านและอสังห
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อบต.นิคมพัฒนา ซอย 5-สาย 13, พนานิคม, นิคมพัฒนา, ระยอง 21180, ประเทศไทย, Rayong
Hui thai
Hui thai
Khao Tato, Phanthong
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Hat Yai 90110
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90/23 ถนน อุดรดุษฎี, Udon Thani
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PimpaaProperty
PimpaaProperty
129/297, Amphoe Bang Kruai
โปรโมชั่นนิสสัน by น้องกิ๊ฟ
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ประเสริฐมนูกิจ, Bangkok
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รามคำแหง 24, Bangkok
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สุขาประชาสรรค์, Pak Kret
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Amphoe Nong Khae 18230

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With 20+ years of experience, I help international real estate agents and their clients wire transfer funds for international investment or purchases. What this means to you as a real estate agent: your deals close in a timely fashion, no waiting for bank transfers to close the deal! What this means for your clients: they get more money for their international currency transactions. I beat bank rates of exchange. I am welcome to emails, or phone calls should you have any clients that wish to discuss, ask questions or get an indication [email protected]
Telephone/Text 1-778-399-0771
Dear investors,
I am sorry if this offends you. I have a big piece of land for sale. It is 167 rai situated in Tambon O- rapim, Ampher Khonburi, Nakhon Ratchasima province about nearly 300 km NE of Bangkok, Thailand. The land is 400 meters long adjacent to the provincial High way 224 ( Chokchai - Khonburi) . You can see in the pictures from the Land Dept. of Thailand. There are some government, private, business sections around there. Water supply, electricity, and telephone are easily installed. It is very safe and convenient for many kinds of investment and business, industry, agriculture, farm, manufacturing places, stock supply, factory, housing projects, and more than 30 kinds of business and industry. The land is 45 km from the city of Korat (Nakhon Ratchasima) that is very convenient and easy to transport and link to The AEC Economic zone declared by the government of 10 provinces in the North East and 3 provinces in the South East of Thailand. If you are foreign investors, It is much easier for your own as the government has facilitated and relaxed the laws to promote economic development in the region. 100 rai of the land has title deeds which are 1.1 million Thai baht per rai, the rest 67 rai are Nor so 3 koh which is 300000 Tb per rai. Only these two kinds of land are lawful to sell. You can buy either 100 rai or 67 rai. If you buy the whole land , we can sell it for 132000000 TB, If you are interested, please contact :
Email : [email protected] , Line id : tuanjai , Facebook : saisamon porndi , Tel : 66 081 3897622 or 66 080 1621649 , Skype : sompong masaidee
Hello there! I am Chinese. I bought 4 apartments in Jomtien Beach, Pattaya. I want to find a nearby agency to rent them. Can you? I have 2 sets of 27 square meters in Seven Seas Condo, G619 and E519, both of which are city views. In addition, I also have a 57 square meter in Majestic Condo Jomtien, one bedroom, one living room, two balconies, one kitchen and one bathroom, the fifth floor, see Swimming pool view, European classical style, open apartment in Seven Seas, I want to rent a short rent, 1--6 months, or 7 days, Majestic 57sqm, I want to do long-term rent for half a year or a year, can also sell 1.8 million baht There is also a place in the corner of Zhongtian Beach, Neo Condo, 40 square meters 1bedroom, the location is very good, but at the end of October can be transferred to get the key.
I will return to China at the end of this month, I can't use Facebook, I can only use wechat, you can add me wechat 13923418094, I call 0868119130 in Thailand. .
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Excellent
Hi, I'm an Irish Civil Law Graduate living in Pattaya.
I wish to use my degree in some capacity while living abroad so I would like to offer my services of drafting landlord-tenant agreements in English for any property owner who requires a contract.
I have experience working in contracts under the common law jurisdiction in Ireland and would be able to draft a contract for any landlord or property agent incorporating specific terms and conditions as they require.
If you have any queries or contract work for me to do please PM me.
Kind regards,
Olwyn Joyce.

Based on the information, regulatory policies and extensive experience, we help you shed light on the next cycle of the market to allow our investors to better position for the future.

Our company mainly focuses on Thailand real estate.

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NEWS TOPIC: Asia-Pacific economy to rebound in 2021, despite COVID

PICTURES: 2020 was the year that stopped the world

China and India, two of the region's largest economies, are set to buoy the recovery. But the Asian Development Bank cautions new coronavirus outbreaks and delays in vaccinations could still spell trouble.

Asian economies are forecast to grow by 7.3% this year, according to a report by regional lender the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

The positive outlook follows a small economic contraction last year due to the coronavirus pandemic and beat a previous estimate of 6.8% growth.

Key report figures

China's economic rebound is forecast to be the strongest this year with growth at 8.1%. This will be driven by strong domestic demand and exports, the Asian bank said.

It estimates China's economy will slow to 5.5% in 2022. China's plan to keep its economy growing

India's economy will expand by 11% this year, the bank predicted,in line with International Monetary Fund estimates.

The bank said it expects inflation in the region to fall to 2.3% this year from 2.8% in 2020, when disruptions from the pandemic pushed food prices sharply upward in some places.

Looking ahead to 2022, the region's economies — comprised of 45 countries from the Asia-Pacific — are projected to grow 5.3%. Meanwhile, inflation is forecast to rise to 2.7% in 2022.

Threats to growth

Not every country in the region can expect such positive economic news. The ADB forecast that Myanmar's economy will contract nearly 10% this year, after a military coup in February disrupted the country.

This contributed to the trimming of Southeast Asia's 2021 growth forecast to 4.4% from a previous estimate of 5.5%.

The bank warned that new coronavirus outbreaks in several countries, including Thailand, India and the Philippines, threaten the region's growth prospects.

India is in the midst of a severe coronavirus surge that has overwhelmed its healthcare system.

But Yasuyuki Sawada, ADB's chief economist, said that the country's growth forecast was still "achievable" adding that India's vaccine rollout "is going well."

Geopolitical tensions, political turmoil, production bottlenecks, and pandemic-caused school closures also posed threats to the ADB predictions.

© 2021 Deutsche Welle

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08/06/2021

Property Investment Strategies To Consider In 2021

By Sarnen Steinbarth, Forbes Councils Member

As 2021 kicks off, there are still various unknowns going on in the world. You might be wondering what rental investing, and specifically your rental investing strategy, is going to look like this year.

Since last year took many unexpected turns, it can be frustrating to reflect on all of the things you were unable to accomplish. For example, you might not have been able to meet investing goals or expand your portfolio. However, it’s essential to look at this time as an opportunity for you to reevaluate your investment strategy to determine your goals for the present and the future — both of which might have shifted within the last year due to changing circumstances.

Determining how you can make the most of your rental property business and how you can achieve the best return on your investment should always be your top goal as a property investor. As you probably experienced, the ways in which landlords ran their rental business had to change in 2020 — even more so, you might have found that different investment strategies work better for different properties. Below, I want to highlight three property investment strategies to consider this year.

1. Leaving Your Rental Vacant

With federal and state eviction moratoriums still in effect, many landlords are choosing to leave their properties vacant. This strategy is based on the inability to evict tenants for nonpayment of rent. With tough financial times, it could make sense for some investors to wait for the right tenant or choose not to renew leases. Here are the pros and cons of leaving your rental vacant:

Pros

• You could avoid renters who are unable to pay rent and potentially save money as eviction moratoriums are still in place.

• Waiting until the rental season is in full swing to fill your vacancy will help you find a tenant faster as well as one who is suited for your property.

• Landlords can take advantage of a vacancy to make upgrades and renovations to their rentals. This will increase the value of your property and attract more tenants.

Cons

• Leaving a rental vacant can give way to potential squatters.

• With no renters, you might be stuck paying utilities and other basic upkeep.

• Even if a property is vacant, you still have to pay your mortgage, so it’s always a matter of doing the math and seeing what option will work best for you.

2. Short-Term Rentals

While vacation rentals were initially hit hard early in the pandemic, that trend is shifting as more safety precautions have been initiated with services such as Airbnb and Vrbo. Furthermore, people are finding the need for getaways and staycations as the pandemic continues. Here are the pros and cons of making your rental available for short-term stays:

Pros

• Short-term rentals can be very lucrative for rentals located in desirable locations.

• When there is a vacation boom later this year or next, your rental will be ready and hopefully have accrued positive reviews to help fill dates.

• Those choosing to pay for a getaway are more likely to have the funds to do so, making your profit more guaranteed.

• You don’t have to worry about evictions for nonpayment of rent.

Cons

• You will need to have strict cleaning practices, especially now more than ever, to ease people’s minds. This could add up.

• If you are flipping your long-term rental into a short-term, you will need to fully furnish the rental to include everything a guest might need.

• It’s hard to predict if your rental location will impose stricter travel restrictions at any given time, which could mean inconsistent funds.

3. Long-Term Rentals

Managing long-term rentals during a pandemic was challenging for many landlords due to circumstances out of their control. However, long-term rentals are still considered a high-performing and great long-term investment strategy, though it’s evident that screening your tenants is now more important than ever. Here are the pros and cons of continuing long-term rentals this year:

Pros

• Longer lease lengths will help you receive consistent monthly payments, unlike short-term rentals or leaving a vacancy.

• If you screen your tenants and find a renter perfect for your property, they could become a renter who renews their lease in the future.

• Landlords won’t have to pay utilities and fees like you would for the other two investment strategies.

• Owning properties for longer can help you accumulate wealth and provide more opportunities to increase the value of your rental.

Cons

• If you do not screen tenants properly by running a background check, credit check and eviction history report, you could be stuck with a non-paying tenant.

• Currently, you cannot evict tenants for nonpayment due to federal and state eviction moratoriums.

• You may have to negotiate lower rents with tenants if you need the constant cash flow and they are struggling financially.

Regardless of which investment strategy you choose, or if you implement a mix of them for different properties, always prepare and properly go over your finances to see what the best decision for you and your rental business will be. Staying flexible and adapting when necessary will help you stay afloat and see continued success with your rental business.

Property Investment Strategies To Consider In 2021

By Sarnen Steinbarth, Forbes Councils Member

As 2021 kicks off, there are still various unknowns going on in the world. You might be wondering what rental investing, and specifically your rental investing strategy, is going to look like this year.

Since last year took many unexpected turns, it can be frustrating to reflect on all of the things you were unable to accomplish. For example, you might not have been able to meet investing goals or expand your portfolio. However, it’s essential to look at this time as an opportunity for you to reevaluate your investment strategy to determine your goals for the present and the future — both of which might have shifted within the last year due to changing circumstances.

Determining how you can make the most of your rental property business and how you can achieve the best return on your investment should always be your top goal as a property investor. As you probably experienced, the ways in which landlords ran their rental business had to change in 2020 — even more so, you might have found that different investment strategies work better for different properties. Below, I want to highlight three property investment strategies to consider this year.

1. Leaving Your Rental Vacant

With federal and state eviction moratoriums still in effect, many landlords are choosing to leave their properties vacant. This strategy is based on the inability to evict tenants for nonpayment of rent. With tough financial times, it could make sense for some investors to wait for the right tenant or choose not to renew leases. Here are the pros and cons of leaving your rental vacant:

Pros

• You could avoid renters who are unable to pay rent and potentially save money as eviction moratoriums are still in place.

• Waiting until the rental season is in full swing to fill your vacancy will help you find a tenant faster as well as one who is suited for your property.

• Landlords can take advantage of a vacancy to make upgrades and renovations to their rentals. This will increase the value of your property and attract more tenants.

Cons

• Leaving a rental vacant can give way to potential squatters.

• With no renters, you might be stuck paying utilities and other basic upkeep.

• Even if a property is vacant, you still have to pay your mortgage, so it’s always a matter of doing the math and seeing what option will work best for you.

2. Short-Term Rentals

While vacation rentals were initially hit hard early in the pandemic, that trend is shifting as more safety precautions have been initiated with services such as Airbnb and Vrbo. Furthermore, people are finding the need for getaways and staycations as the pandemic continues. Here are the pros and cons of making your rental available for short-term stays:

Pros

• Short-term rentals can be very lucrative for rentals located in desirable locations.

• When there is a vacation boom later this year or next, your rental will be ready and hopefully have accrued positive reviews to help fill dates.

• Those choosing to pay for a getaway are more likely to have the funds to do so, making your profit more guaranteed.

• You don’t have to worry about evictions for nonpayment of rent.

Cons

• You will need to have strict cleaning practices, especially now more than ever, to ease people’s minds. This could add up.

• If you are flipping your long-term rental into a short-term, you will need to fully furnish the rental to include everything a guest might need.

• It’s hard to predict if your rental location will impose stricter travel restrictions at any given time, which could mean inconsistent funds.

3. Long-Term Rentals

Managing long-term rentals during a pandemic was challenging for many landlords due to circumstances out of their control. However, long-term rentals are still considered a high-performing and great long-term investment strategy, though it’s evident that screening your tenants is now more important than ever. Here are the pros and cons of continuing long-term rentals this year:

Pros

• Longer lease lengths will help you receive consistent monthly payments, unlike short-term rentals or leaving a vacancy.

• If you screen your tenants and find a renter perfect for your property, they could become a renter who renews their lease in the future.

• Landlords won’t have to pay utilities and fees like you would for the other two investment strategies.

• Owning properties for longer can help you accumulate wealth and provide more opportunities to increase the value of your rental.

Cons

• If you do not screen tenants properly by running a background check, credit check and eviction history report, you could be stuck with a non-paying tenant.

• Currently, you cannot evict tenants for nonpayment due to federal and state eviction moratoriums.

• You may have to negotiate lower rents with tenants if you need the constant cash flow and they are struggling financially.

Regardless of which investment strategy you choose, or if you implement a mix of them for different properties, always prepare and properly go over your finances to see what the best decision for you and your rental business will be. Staying flexible and adapting when necessary will help you stay afloat and see continued success with your rental business.


07/06/2021

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06/06/2021

Thailand News
TAT proposes attracting a MILLION foreigners: Work with no work permit, right to buy land - 10-Year stay

By Thai Visa

Thai business media has reported on one of the biggest shake ups yet to attract foreigners to come and live in Thailand.

The proposals given by the Tourism Authority of Thailand during a video conference with Thai premier Prayuth Chan-ocha at Government House yesterday would see four target groups be able to work in Thailand without a work permit, pay just 17% tax on local earnings, buy property and land, and stay for up to TEN years.

The proposals would allow certain well-heeled retirees to actually be able to work legally in Thailand and purchase land.

The proposals are now being considered by the government.

The target groups are:

1. The wealthy, like millionaires

2. Those who want to work from Thailand for foreign companies eg Digital Nomads

3. Foreign retirees with pensions

4. Those with high skillsets and abilities

The aim is to attract one million people in the four groups. This will increase spending in Thailand, increase expertise and bring other economic benefits.

That's because these million people will spend ONE TRILLION baht - thats one million baht each a year on average.

In addition they will bring 800 billion baht in investment from 10,000 investors and 80,000 retirees.

And it doesn't end there. Thailand will collect 500 billion in tax from 400,000 people with high skills.

Of course there are caveats, reported the media.

Group 1: The high net-worth

These will have no age limit, come to Thailand frequently, be high earners, and have many investments and assets.

To qualify for a 10 year visa they will need to invest US$ 500,000 in Thai government bonds or real estate.

They'll need at least $80,000 in earnings over the last two years and a million bucks in assets plus $100,000 in health insurance.

So long as they have evidence of all this they'll get a ten year visa, be able to work with no work permit for 20 hours a week, pay no tax on foreign earnings just 17% on local earnings and be able to buy property including land.

Group 2. Those people working in Thailand for foreign companies

No age limit, but must be able to prove reliable income.

They must be earning $80,000 for the last two years or $40,000 a year. They will be digital nomads or people close to retirement age.

They must have qualifications of at least a bachelor's degree and five years experience as well as $100,000 in health insurance.

They would be nomads in stock trading at companies making at least 50 million dollars per year over three years or they would be working for corporations that make at least one billion dollars a year.

They will get a ten year visa, be able to work with no permit, pay just 17% tax on local earnings and be able to buy property and land.

Group 3. Retirees aged 50+

These people will have to invest $250,000 in government bonds or real estate.

Have to show $80,000 in pension income over the last two years or $40,000 per year and have $100,000 in health insurance.

Providing they can show all the required evidence of their long standing pensions they will get ten year visas, can work 20 hours a week with no work permit, pay 17% tax only on local earnings and buy property and land.

Group 4. Those with high skillsets

These would be workers in the industrial sector whose skills are required or they might be professors at universities.

They will need to be earning similar amounts to those in the other three sections have the required health insurance, educational qualifications and work experience.

They will also get the 10 year visa and the other benifits of the other three groups.

The Centre For Covid Situation Administration and the cabinet will now be considering the proposals, said the media without further comment.

-- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2021-06-05

Thailand News
TAT proposes attracting a MILLION foreigners: Work with no work permit, right to buy land - 10-Year stay

By Thai Visa

Thai business media has reported on one of the biggest shake ups yet to attract foreigners to come and live in Thailand.

The proposals given by the Tourism Authority of Thailand during a video conference with Thai premier Prayuth Chan-ocha at Government House yesterday would see four target groups be able to work in Thailand without a work permit, pay just 17% tax on local earnings, buy property and land, and stay for up to TEN years.

The proposals would allow certain well-heeled retirees to actually be able to work legally in Thailand and purchase land.

The proposals are now being considered by the government.

The target groups are:

1. The wealthy, like millionaires

2. Those who want to work from Thailand for foreign companies eg Digital Nomads

3. Foreign retirees with pensions

4. Those with high skillsets and abilities

The aim is to attract one million people in the four groups. This will increase spending in Thailand, increase expertise and bring other economic benefits.

That's because these million people will spend ONE TRILLION baht - thats one million baht each a year on average.

In addition they will bring 800 billion baht in investment from 10,000 investors and 80,000 retirees.

And it doesn't end there. Thailand will collect 500 billion in tax from 400,000 people with high skills.

Of course there are caveats, reported the media.

Group 1: The high net-worth

These will have no age limit, come to Thailand frequently, be high earners, and have many investments and assets.

To qualify for a 10 year visa they will need to invest US$ 500,000 in Thai government bonds or real estate.

They'll need at least $80,000 in earnings over the last two years and a million bucks in assets plus $100,000 in health insurance.

So long as they have evidence of all this they'll get a ten year visa, be able to work with no work permit for 20 hours a week, pay no tax on foreign earnings just 17% on local earnings and be able to buy property including land.

Group 2. Those people working in Thailand for foreign companies

No age limit, but must be able to prove reliable income.

They must be earning $80,000 for the last two years or $40,000 a year. They will be digital nomads or people close to retirement age.

They must have qualifications of at least a bachelor's degree and five years experience as well as $100,000 in health insurance.

They would be nomads in stock trading at companies making at least 50 million dollars per year over three years or they would be working for corporations that make at least one billion dollars a year.

They will get a ten year visa, be able to work with no permit, pay just 17% tax on local earnings and be able to buy property and land.

Group 3. Retirees aged 50+

These people will have to invest $250,000 in government bonds or real estate.

Have to show $80,000 in pension income over the last two years or $40,000 per year and have $100,000 in health insurance.

Providing they can show all the required evidence of their long standing pensions they will get ten year visas, can work 20 hours a week with no work permit, pay 17% tax only on local earnings and buy property and land.

Group 4. Those with high skillsets

These would be workers in the industrial sector whose skills are required or they might be professors at universities.

They will need to be earning similar amounts to those in the other three sections have the required health insurance, educational qualifications and work experience.

They will also get the 10 year visa and the other benifits of the other three groups.

The Centre For Covid Situation Administration and the cabinet will now be considering the proposals, said the media without further comment.

-- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2021-06-05

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