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    nice house!
    how much she spend for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chedi View Post
    nice house!
    how much she spend for this?
    Initially Jan was going to keep the cost confidential as the builder had given a very low price, but as it's now complete and cost more than anticipated, she doesn't mind being open.

    The initial price from the builder was 1 million baht, but he walked off after he was paid B700,000. Then after that she spent another B700,000 to finish it, so the total cost was B1,400,000.

    Not a bad price as she now has a very nice little house that she and her kids will enjoy for a long time to come.

    Cheers

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    Hi My wife and I are planning to build this model in family village between Korat and Khon Kaen.
    We have bought 1 rai and lifted it up 1 metre and now we are looking for a local building team and plan to buy materials ourselves
    Would you or Jan have any lists or quantities of the materials and prices as we would like to get an idea for our budget
    Thanks in anticipation
    Paul and Da

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    ^ Paul, the thread is 5 years old and Nelly hasn't logged in for over 4 years.

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    ^ Edit. The thread is 6 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    ^ Edit. The thread is 6 years old.

    Might be advisable for Pauly to start his own new thread with respective references thereof - especially if one has a new project in their midst.

    Newbies can get on here and become enthusiastic and interested about this and that thread without realizing that it's dormant or the OP hasn't logged-on for years....honest mistake - or not.

    Anyway, best to those with their new building projects.


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    wellcome Paul, many of us on here have built and finnished Homes in Thailand, jsut keep searching and asking, no harm done!

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    the costs have nearly x 2 in Labour since we built in Northern Thailand 7 year ago, the local factorys are paying 300bht a day so Labour has risen also, I still find Materials cheap compared to Australian prices considering most building materials I buy in Oz are from China!

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    First time I have posted in a forum and not fully sure how it all works. Had been searching for internet references to the house 29 under the old government free plans site
    Will have to do more research and see if anyone has information relating to a build of this house style and maybe I will start a post of my own with photos following the project

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    If you want to build from scratch then I take my hat of to you, for me I bought an old house and renovated it to the standard I wanted, the gaffs nice now but it took a while, can honestly say I'm quite comfy in this house. No complaints from her indoors either

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    Paul,
    I also recommend you browse further in this construction forum, some good advice and ideas. Lots of trials and tribulations.

    Good Luck

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