Thailand Real Estate & Conveyancing – Condominium Foreign Purchase Guide

Thailand Real Estate & Conveyancing

Condominium Foreign Purchase Guide

A brief guide as to the additional aspects of the purchase of condominiums in Thailand by foreigners.


  1. Introduction
  2. Foreign Exchange Transaction Forms / Certificates
  3. Taxes
    • Specific Business Tax
    • Property Income Tax (Personal Property Income Withholding Tax)
      • Method of Calculation
      • Calculation Illustration
    • Stamp Duty & Transfer Tax
  4. Documents Required for Registration of Transfer / New Ownership
  5. House Registration Book – Yellow Tabien Baan (To. Ro. 13)
  6. Inheritance of Condominium Units by Foreigners
  7. Sale & Purchase Transaction Overview

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For more information on the foregoing, please contact the author JOEL LOO SEAN EE, the Bangkok-based Senior Regional Counsel at Kelvin Chia Thailand and a member of Kelvin Chia Partnership’s Regional Practice Group at


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