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RickyH

I'm looking to buy a small, newish studio, not too far from civilisation/Baht buses.

Does anybody have any personal experience of the above developments? How's the management? ..any snags?

Which other places do people recommend looking at?

I've got 1m burning a hole in my pocket.

Cheers.

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Halfaboy

I think for a good advise more info is required like why you want to buy (permanent living / holidays), alone or with friend or family. Did you do a survey of the market (what's available and what are the prices) ? 

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Hannawhite

Me too I'm looking to find a nice condo for max 1M in pattaya! I want to use it for my holidays and rent it if it s possible the rest of the year! But I would probably spend at least 3 months in this condo every year! If u have any advice!

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striderman
32 minutes ago, Hannawhite said:

Me too I'm looking to find a nice condo for max 1M in pattaya! I want to use it for my holidays and rent it if it s possible the rest of the year! But I would probably spend at least 3 months in this condo every year! If u have any advice!

try before you buy. rent one in the same project you are interested in for a month

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chris2004

1 million doesn't buy you much. Nothing worse than having a tiny box room in the middle of nowhere surrounded by Russians. If you can't afford a decent condo better to rent a place in a convenient location (like VT2) for 10k a month.

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gusincebu

Why don't you get on the ground. Look at some apartments..
Try to match your needs with your budget.
You've mentioned this on at least 3 threads on here.
Try some real estate forums like the facebook groups.. Hot property in Pattaya etc.
Your choices are probably, a 23/25 sqm box in a modernish block ( 1.2mil ) or a bigger one
around 35sqm in an older development like Nirun.

For me. If I had your requirements I'd go for an older bigger one around 700/800k , and spend a couple of hundred K on new bathroom, kitchen AC , bed. Etc

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Why don't you get on the ground. Look at some apartments..
Try to match your needs with your budget.
You've mentioned this on at least 3 threads on here.
Try some real estate forums like the facebook groups.. Hot property in Pattaya etc.
Your choices are probably, a 23/25 sqm box in a modernish block ( 1.2mil ) or a bigger one
around 35sqm in an older development like Nirun.

For me. If I had your requirements I'd go for an older bigger one around 700/800k , and spend a couple of hundred K on new bathroom, kitchen AC , bed. Etc

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The problem with some of these older ones is although they may be bigger the common areas can look very run down, then you've got a different kind of resident, maybe someone on his last legs rather than say Russians. Think I'd prefer Russians

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gusincebu
The problem with some of these older ones is although they may be bigger the common areas can look very run down, then you've got a different kind of resident, maybe someone on his last legs rather than say Russians. Think I'd prefer Russians
I do not disagree with anything you say.
It's true..
We all have personal preferences :)

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gusincebu
I'm looking to buy a small, newish studio, not too far from civilisation/Baht buses.

Does anybody have any personal experience of the above developments? How's the management? ..any snags?

Which other places do people recommend looking at?

I've got 1m burning a hole in my pocket.

Cheers.
Here's one for you mate. 8cb63f6979ebb2ac9ff8f21893c33c32.jpg

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