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    Renting a house

    howdy

    a friend of mine is looking to rent a house in Bangers, anywhere near an expressway will do.

    i've pointed him to my usual sources but nothing come up yet.

    he's looking for somewhere unfurnished, around 20,000 pcm, and will consider anywhere east of the river

    failing a house a large unfurnished say 150 sqM up apartment

    thanks
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    Why not try a look around Muang Ake out near Don Muang airport.
    It is a fairly large estate centered around two golf courses and Rangsit University.
    Technically in Pathumthani but imo very good location.
    5/10 minute drive to the expressway. Lots of restaurants. Just past Don Muang you have Zeer Rangist & Future Park Rangsit so no real need to go into town.
    There always seem to be hosues for rent at various price ranges.
    I enjoyed living there

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    ta very much

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    great site your highness, thanks

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    If you can get someone who can read Thai then have a look at the Thai property magazines. I can't remember the names now, but just tell someone that you want the bimonthly magazine for buying and renting properties.

    I got a house 3 bedrooms (1 enormous), large kitchen and living room, large study, 3 bathrooms, reception area, two attached shop rooms and maid's room + large outside yard with a few trees and a picnic table for 20K with a few bits of random furniture thrown in.

    There were lots of others - smaller - for less. This is between Ramkhamheang and Rama 9, 15 mins on motorbike to sukhumvit.

    Or just get on your bike, go to an area that you want to live and ride aroudn the sois, looing for house for rent signs. Make sure yo know what it looks like in Thai though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba
    If you can get someone who can read Thai then have a look at the Thai property magazines. I can't remember the names now, but just tell someone that you want the bimonthly magazine for buying and renting properties.
    One of them is called Baan, strangely enough.

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    ^ Yup, and another is called Baan Laek Tee Din.

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    You "Baan lae tee din".

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