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Asia Properties

Buying Beachfront Properties in Thailand

In our previous blog article we discussed how now it is possibly one of the most opportune times to buy real estate in Thailand, and particularly in the Pattaya and Jomtien regions, The opening up of the ASEAN economies  and with the ongoing and enthusiastic expansion in the property market, combined with the ongoing infrastructure improvements and new high ways and roads being constructed. Continue reading “Buying Beachfront Properties in Thailand” »

Asia Properties

Advantages of Investing in Koh Samui

It is very difficult to find reasons why not to invest in Koh Samui Property. Aside from the obvious benefits of having a home, a second home, or a retirement home on a picture perfect tropical island swathed in sunshine and fringed with white sandy beaches, BaanThai has a great deal to offer. Samui makes an excellent base from which to explore South East Asia. Continue reading “Advantages of Investing in Koh Samui” »

Middle East Properties

Buy Ajman Property

The Ajman property market may not conjure up the same level of glamour as that associated with the Dubai property market, however it would be a huge mistake to overlook all the potential of the property on offer here and the current low market prices. After all, the same situation could easily have been said for the Dubai property market just under a decade ago. Looking around Dubai now it’s easy to see that with government cooperation a lot can be achieved in a short time in the United Arab Emirates property market. And the Ajman government, using the model that has worked in such a spectacular fashion in Dubai, is aiming to follow in the footsteps of their illustrious neighbour. Continue reading “Buy Ajman Property” »

Asia Properties

Buying a property in Langkawi

Langkawi, is an archipelago of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea, some 30 km off mainland Malaysia’s northwestern coast adjacent to the Thai border. Just four of the islands are inhabited, the largest being Pulau Langkawi, which is also known in and of itself as Langkawi. It has a population of 45,000, most of whom live in-and-around Kuah; Langkawi’s largest town. As well as being the island’s population centre, Kuah is also the landing point for ferries from mainland Malaysia. As Langkawi is one of Malaysia’s most popular beach holiday destinations, more and more investors come here to buy Malaysia properties in this region. Continue reading “Buying a property in Langkawi” »