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FAQ - Buying, Renting or Selling Property In Bangkok

What is the minimum lease term for rentals?

Most landlords require a minimum of a 12 month contract. However some will accept 6 months.

Are the prices advertised on your website negotiable?

Usually yes, but it all depends on the individual owner of the property. If the building is popular and there aren't many units available, probably less so. If you can move in quickly or sign a longer contract, probably more so.


How much deposit do I need to pay?

Before moving into a property you will usually need to pay 2 months deposit and 1 month rent upfront. Since 2018, any landlords who own 5 or more properties can only legally ask for a one month deposit. However this ONLY applies to landlords with 5 or more properties and many are still unwilling to accept only one month, and ultimately they can choose who they rent to. 

Are all of the properties on your website available?

Because most Bangkok property owners use multiple property agents, we cannot guarantee that every property listed is currently available. However you can search by the most recently updated and easily see which properties have been updated within the last 7 days or 30 days. Of course we can check exactly when a property will be available again so just let us know what you are looking for.

Do you charge a fee to help me find a new home?

No. For tenants and buyers our service is completely free of charge. The landlord pays agency fees. There are no additional charges to our clients. 

Why should I choose Bangkok Condo Rentals?

We have been in the industry for over 10 years and have a long track record of satisfied tenants, buyers, and landlords. We listen to our clients and only suggest properties which match your individual needs and preferences. We have an extensive database of more than 14k properties and excellent relationships with our network of landlords, and all of our staff are highly trained and speak a good level of English. We provide legally verified lease agreements and our process protects our clients at all times. 


What is the difference between condominiums and apartments?

The main difference between condos and apartments in Bangkok is the ownership. An apartment building is owned by just one individual or company whereas in a condominium, each unit is privately owned. In a condo, utility bills are charged at government rate (the lowest rate) whereas in an apartment they can be higher. Apartments are more likely to be pet friendly and can usually add or remove furniture more easily. 

Can a foreigner own land or property in Bangkok?

As a foreigner in Thailand, you can own a condominium unit outright. The only restriction for foreign ownership is that the number of units in the building must be 51% owned by Thais. As a foreigner it is not possible to own land in your own name. However it is possible to own land in a company name, of which you can have a 49% ownership.  

Why should I use an agency when renting or buying property in Thailand?

An agent does the hard work for you. There are thousands of properties in Bangkok and having an experienced and knowledgeable agent searching on your behalf for the right one will save you a huge amount of time. An agency can also provide fair and legal contracts, ensure that you get the best deal possible, and help with any issues you have during your tenancy.